Is it common place after a RMR cut to be able to see the extractor depressor plunger? - Page 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
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    Not uncommon at all. As has already been mentioned, the proper screws are key. The ones that come with an RMR are NOT the correct screws to use on a Glock pistol. If the screw is too long, you can have extraction issues.

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    Seeing this and the other post on the Slide Marks thingy, I can say (in my personal opinion) that the workmanship is really not good. I myself wouldn't want to see imperfections after sending a brand new firearm to get "professionally done". The TiN coating looks smudged also on the front sight in the other post.

    Brazen Firearms did poor quality control on allowing the FA to be released to the client like this. Yes, it will eventually be battered and stuff once WillyWantAGun uses it for quite some time, but for a brand new FA, I would personally want to initially enjoy its pristine looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miami View Post
    Seeing this and the other post on the Slide Marks thingy, I can say (in my personal opinion) that the workmanship is really not good. I myself wouldn't want to see imperfections after sending a brand new firearm to get "professionally done". The TiN coating looks smudged also on the front sight in the other post.

    Brazen Firearms did poor quality control on allowing the FA to be released to the client like this. Yes, it will eventually be battered and stuff once WillyWantAGun uses it for quite some time, but for a brand new FA, I would personally want to initially enjoy its pristine looks.
    I kind of felt the same way, though to Brazens credit they have offered to pay for return shipping to fix the issues. He also said if I wanted to I could shoot it for a while and then down the road send it in with the barrel and he will fix the separations and re-TiN both of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillyWantAGun View Post
    I kind of felt the same way, though to Brazens credit they have offered to pay for return shipping to fix the issues. He also said if I wanted to I could shoot it for a while and then down the road send it in with the barrel and he will fix the separations and re-TiN both of them.
    That’s about as reasonable as someone can be in this situation, good for them!

    I wouldn’t wait too long though, only because time fades memories. I’d hate to have to try to convince someone they committed to something they don’t remember.


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    I am with MtStream, take the offer now, while everyone is in agreement.

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