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  1. #221
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    870 RMR mount...

    Can you describe the mounting process? Or do they come with instructions? I'm assuming Loctite Red or Green, plus Drill and Tap as needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Smashemflat View Post
    870 RMR mount...

    Can you describe the mounting process? Or do they come with instructions? I'm assuming Loctite Red or Green, plus Drill and Tap as needed?
    - center mount on receiver
    - mark hole placement
    - drill
    - tap

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    Roger dodger!

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    I have a glock slide that has the rear iron sight drifts out when firing. Front iron is an Ameriglo, not sure of the rear. This is a slide bought used from a member here.

    The sight is tight enough that I need a punch to center but not tight enough to stay. Would loctite be possible solution or something else?

    Thanks,
    Sharkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkeyJ View Post
    I have a glock slide that has the rear iron sight drifts out when firing. Front iron is an Ameriglo, not sure of the rear. This is a slide bought used from a member here.

    The sight is tight enough that I need a punch to center but not tight enough to stay. Would loctite be possible solution or something else?

    Thanks,
    Sharkey
    If the sight is metal, you can remove it and dimple the underside of the sight with a center punch in a few places. The dimples will raise some metal and tighten up the fit in the notch

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    Quote Originally Posted by valian View Post
    If the sight is metal, you can remove it and dimple the underside of the sight with a center punch in a few places. The dimples will raise some metal and tighten up the fit in the notch
    Great advice.

    Also, Loctite can be helpful. Just use blue, not red. The instructions for one of my sets specified red and when I tried removing them -- after beating on it with a hammer -- I was advised to use a heat gun to loosen it.
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