gave you a pop over at WG on this Sprat & told people to come look. :-)
Sprat, thanks for the info, I had never heard of those before. But it seems to be a good idea for a polymer receiver, I suppose it would help to prevent undue pressure on the holes and prevent them from egging out
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there area couple different types of these pins...
all the way from $27 to 100....
thanks for the plug over at WG do I win some sort of contest??????
I know you guys are keen on those
Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.
you only get my thanx for sharing info & knowledge.. that & $1 will get you a small cup of coffee..... but its better than a stick in the eye.
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Has anyone fired a gun made from the blems yet? My rear pin holes are about .040 too high. I'm wondering what kind of issues could come from that.
I've called these guys a few times and they just aren't answering the phone (shrug).
I'm not sure the rear pin hole is located wrong, but it was reported in a thread at Calguns that the takedown pin head recess is a bit off center. Their are a few good pics - See #2:
I think mine is too, but it should be an easy fix vwith a dremel or end mill. For the price its do-able.