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Babayaga

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    John Nap

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  1. Anyone ever add more epoxy/silicone carbide to an already finished grip that’s had a SC treatment. I switched epoxies and the last grip I did came out thinner than I would like. I was wondering if I can add epoxy and SC or do I need to remove everything and start over. ‘thanks, John
  2. A little JB Weld and it will be as good as new!
  3. Had a Romeo1 that had thousands of rounds through it that wouldn’t hold zero any more. Sig’s customer service had me send it in for eval. They sent me a brand new one. Total turn around time was less than 3 weeks. Most of that was shipping time because I live in Alaska.
  4. I’ve got the M&P, Legion and the X5. The Smith trigger was awful. It now has an Apex trigger which is awesome. I like the X5 and Legion way better than the M&P. They fit my hand better. I have small hands and thought the Smith would be a good fit but it seems too narrow for me. The Legion is relatively new and doesn’t have many rounds through it but my X5 is north of 12000 and it hasn’t skipped a beat.
  5. Factory or reloads. Doesn’t matter. Fired or unfired. If there is a piece of brass under the extractor it’s extremely hard to eject by hand.
  6. Hey All, I have a new G5 34. It is extremely hard to rack the slide and eject a round when there is a round in the chamber. The slide moves easily enough but the round does not want to release from the extractor as easily as it does on all my other Glocks. That round wants to stay in there. The gun has been sent back to Glock and I had two armorers look at it at Glock days. Big Glock replaced the slide stop and recoil spring () and said all was well. The armorers agreed that it was tough but it’s because Glock has cut the slide differently now and there is a groove on the opposite side
  7. You must be forgetting to lube your holster. Try axle grease. Good to hear Sig is interested in fixing this.
  8. Practice on AR15 grips. They are cheap.
  9. Did you dremel down (reduce) the grip any? What epoxy did you use? Looks great!
  10. What rowdyB said is correct. It’s easy. AR grips are cheap to practice on. I’ve also used blocks of wood and pieces of pipe. It’s like a school art project but for adults.
  11. That’s odd. I get 23 in all my mags. The last one is a tight fit but it does go in and locks into place so I can start 23+1.
  12. This! And try gripping the gun harder.
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