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Thread: Pistol grip star lock washer direction

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    I prefer the hex head screw with star washer myself. I've never had one come loose and I don't use thread locker unless it was already on the screw via the grip manufacturer.
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    I loctite literally every screw that goes into a rifle. Flashlight to mount. Mount to rifle. Pistol grips. Lasers. I even asked DocSherm to loctite my Larue Railís lock nuts. He probably didnít - itís not necessary.

    With that said, I loctite the pistol grip screw but always put the teeth toward the plastic - opposite of everyone in this thread. Iíve never had an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
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    With that said, I loctite the pistol grip screw but always put the teeth toward the plastic - opposite of everyone in this thread. Iíve never had an issue.
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    Ditto. Some also get witness marks as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    I loctite literally every screw that goes into a rifle.

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