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I finally got my wife to the range to enjoy my new PMR-30 and after three or four rounds, she complained that it was abrading the web of her hand.

Upon close examination of the the upper part of the grip, I noticed a mold seam. I was surprised it became bothersome to her (too much hand moisturizing, I guess ;) )but at least I know that the frame isn't printed.

A piece of gaffer tape over the seam solved the problem for now. I think a light sanding with a slow-moving sanding drum will remove it.

Do your frames show a seam? Did you remove it? If so, how?

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A driven sanding drum might be a tad aggressive,
unless you have a surgeon's touch. Needle files
or even a sharp blade will do it, with more
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You might even try some of wife's emery boards, to
smooth things out. Don't tell her it was my idea. :D
Ha-ha! I've used her clear nail polish to set small screws, her nail polish remover to degrease stuff, her hair dryer to soften glue, etc.

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An X-Acto and a little bit of sanding with her nail buffer fixed it.

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