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Old 12-04-2012, 01:19 AM   #18281
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I guess that happens because most threads I have tried to start went nowhere fast,
I feel your pain.
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I guess that happens because most threads I have tried to start went nowhere fast,
Some threads I think will take off just stall out. Others that are just a passing thought go like the energizer bunny. No accounting for what trips the ftf trigger.

Welcome back Major K !
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I don't know much about shotguns but I do know a thing or two about loctite...
I wish I knew something about Loctite, but I've never had to use to stuff until now.

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Some threads I think will take off just stall out. Others that are just a passing thought go like the energizer bunny. No accounting for what trips the ftf trigger.

Welcome back Major K !
And here I thought it was because we just took in a lot of people from M4Carbine.net and Shotgunworld.com.

And thanks for the warm welcome back.

BTW, for anybody who has a Remy 870 would using the Loctite be a good idea or are there any aftermarket barrel clamps that would be a better choice to go with to ensure it not loosening up again? I just want to make absolutely sure before I start doing something I may regret later on with a new shotgun.

Speaking of which I will say my new Remy runs like a dream. The action is smooth, there are very few if any tool marks in the receiver and action, the bluing while thin is evenly applied, and it's more accurate than me. I think I lucked out and got a good Remy and dodged the proverbial bullet with that one. Now, if the barrel clamp wasn't such a piece of crap.
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Ever notice how Corn Flakes are really like a big box of scabs. Scabs you pour milk on. And eat.
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I have several of em, I'm also a smith. Loctite is a good idea
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I think you are wise to think long about using loctite on your gun.
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I wish I knew something about Loctite, but I've never had to use to stuff until now.

And here I thought it was because we just took in a lot of people from M4Carbine.net and Shotgunworld.com.

And thanks for the warm welcome back.

BTW, for anybody who has a Remy 870 would using the Loctite be a good idea or are there any aftermarket barrel clamps that would be a better choice to go with to ensure it not loosening up again? I just want to make absolutely sure before I start doing something I may regret later on with a new shotgun.

Speaking of which I will say my new Remy runs like a dream. The action is smooth, there are very few if any tool marks in the receiver and action, the bluing while thin is evenly applied, and it's more accurate than me. I think I lucked out and got a good Remy and dodged the proverbial bullet with that one. Now, if the barrel clamp wasn't such a piece of crap.
Blue loctite isn't bad, the red stuff is really hard to get off without some heat. That's all I can tell, if you put blue picture on the screws they'll come it with a little effort in the future if you ever need to take them out.
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Ever notice how Corn Flakes are really like a big box of scabs. Scabs you pour milk on. And eat.
Which is the very reason why I stopped eating cereal in general. Thanks Kellogg's for killing a part of my inner child.

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Blue loctite isn't bad, the red stuff is really hard to get off without some heat. That's all I can tell, if you put blue picture on the screws they'll come it with a little effort in the future if you ever need to take them out.
Thanks guys. I'll keep that into consideration.
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Which is the very reason why I stopped eating cereal in general. Thanks Kellogg's for killing a part of my inner child.

Thanks. I'll keep that into consideration.
Just don't over do it. 1 drop per screw is plenty.
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Just don't over do it. 1 drop per screw is plenty.
Thanks. I'll definitely keep that in mind if I go that route.

EDIT: If you guys want, I can keep you up do date on what happens.
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