Pivot Pin Hole Reamed Bright?
I have a new lower in hand. I won't mention the manufacturer right off the bat...
The pivot pin hole appears as though it has been reamed post-anodizing; in the bright. In other words, there is bare metal present on my lower. It may just be a poor finish/QC in the hole, but my thinking falls more along the lines of my inital impression.
I'm not sure if this bothers me or if this is even a bad thing. Obviously it bothers me enough to post about it. I'm brand new to the AR platform. I'm a huge fan of the "other" rifle - the Russian flavor.
Should I be bothered by the aforementioned details? Will this pose a problem with weather resistance or durability? If so, how should I remedy the issue (Sharpie? - just kidding).
Anyway, I'd like to hear from people who are in the same boat or that have experience with this. Take it easy. Here's to some good discussion with you gents...
Last edited by TheSoundBarrier; 04-11-12 at 06:57