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#206

You should wrap some of that Paracord around your charging handle, gives you a much better grip/feel unless you buy the recoilless CH from mcarbo…


#207

Debating buying the recoilless handle. I have read some articles on it, compared go the brass bolt from keltec.


#208

Even if it’s temporary, Paracord feels pretty good wrapped around the CH.


#209

A cut off Mag light handle works well for a better grip/pull also!


#210

I recently purchased the recoilless charging handle and highly recommend it. I haven’t pinched my finger even once since I installed it.


#211

Just got my first sub M&P 9 in today. I’ve got some work to do this weekend.


#212

It really doesn’t take long, if you’ve watched the video, I think that might be the longest process, and I’d watch it twice before starting and watch as you go and you should be golden, I was a little scared to crack mine open but once I did, it was a piece of :cake::grin:


#213

It was easy for me too. The video is an excellent step by step tutitorial and very explanatory. You should do just fine.


#214

Normally, I don’t try to correct people, but as silly as it is, I almost peed my pants laughing, and I don’t know why, I guess it’s the kid in me… Tutitorial LMAO… No offense @T.L.Buck please forgive my immaturity


#215

Really…?..ok, so what should I have said?


#216

I should have said instructional video…


#217

As I’ve said it is a very immature thing that just made me laugh, you spelt tutorial, tutitorial… Again, I apologise for my immaturity


#218

as I picked up the set,and this is after i put the red lion on my gen-1. got 2 more parts to pickup (internal) from MCARBO

then i will start saving my pennies for the flip optic mount.IMG_1121M


#219

I guess that what I get for depending on auto correct and not wearing my readers… lol


#220

It was a breeze. Didn’t take long. One of the grip pins was stripped. Undersrand now why new ones are needed. The only issue I might have caused myself is the hinge point screws. I was so excited to get the job done, instead of using blue Loctite, I used the Loctite 380.


#221

If you used new carbon steel pins and screws, you don’t need locktite on any of the screws…


#222

@Omnivious Chris Nelson in his video highly recommends using blue Loctite on the 2 steel hinge pins to keep them from backing out.


#223

Went to the range yesterday and quite happy with the trigger springs. Just saw the new trigger bar and that’s in my future.


#224

I disagree. Use medium strength blue Locktite 242 on those.


#225

Yes, he does, but maybe it’s just my screws, they are very snug and don’t come when I get them tight, I guess only time will tell, maybe once I break mine in, it’ll be loose