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I noticed that my second Gen hammer pin can drift alittle easy. Easy meaning that it take about medium pressure to move it alittle and then its just easy. I've Blue loctited alof the pins including the trigger pin so would this work the same here? I think I would have to take it completly out though to make the loctite effective.
 

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You must be talking about the pin for the hammer-block. The hammer pin is in the frame, inside the plastic grip, and can't come out.

Loc-tite is very good about wicking down into tiny cracks. I would push the pin over, apply a tiny amount of loc-tite, to the hole with a toothpick, push it over the other way, and do that side as well.

The loc-tite will find it's way into the crack before it cures, I betcha.

PS: Don't overdo it, or you will loc-tite the hammer-block to the pin.


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Sounds good, I'll do it now to let it set longer. Man everytime I read my posts I notice how terrible my typing is, its either my fingers are moving to fast over the keys or I'm missing them completely. This is why you will notice most of my posts are modified.

Thanks!
 

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Nakanokalronin said:
. Man everytime I read my posts I notice how terrible my typing is, its either my fingers are moving to fast over the keys or I'm missing them completely. This is why you will notice most of my posts are modified.

Thanks!
Glad to know I'm not the only one that does that.
 
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