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Old 03-13-2014, 01:31 AM   #11
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So do you guys think that after I retighted the screws that came loose I might as well unscrew of mount screws only to redo them with locktite?
Get a wheeler fat wrench inch pound torque wrench then redo it. That way you got the correct and even torque values
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hmm.. This adds more and more expense to the buy just to wrench the screws..
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That is awesome. I love it.


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hmm.. This adds more and more expense to the buy just to wrench the screws..
If your going to do it, do it right.

If you work on guns that have screws even torque is a must for accuracy and preventing stripped screw heads. This is especially important for optics
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