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Old 08-10-2006, 07:22 PM #1
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Stripped frame screw please help.

Hey my frames screw (under the trigger guard) Is stripped, I have no clue how to get it out.

any suggestions would be great.

Also my noid only clicks every once and a while, why is that?
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Old 08-10-2006, 07:42 PM #2
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use a Dremel and cut a line on the screw then use a flat head screw driver and in screw it ? or you can use easy out if its like messed up really.
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Whats easy out?
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Old 08-10-2006, 08:15 PM #4
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they make a liquid that hardens in the screw to help make additional friction to grip your screw driver. Superglue in the screw hole, put the screw driver in the screw before it dries, same as the first example, but the cut then use a flathead works the best
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Old 08-10-2006, 08:26 PM #5
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Easy out is a tool, its basically a tool that is the opposite of a spiral on a screw so you can screw the easy out tool onto the screw to get grip on it and pull unscrew it, or you can do what ^ he said but dont use super glue use loctite
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Easy out is a tool, its basically a tool that is the opposite of a spiral on a screw so you can screw the easy out tool onto the screw to get grip on it and pull unscrew it, or you can do what ^ he said but dont use super glue use loctite
good point on the super glue. It was an computer repair trick for internal power supply screws.
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your noid clicking every once in a wile proly has to do with you screwing you grip screws in to tight. Seing you stripped you gripframe you proly screwed your gripd in to tigght to. Either you can solder it to repair or buy a new board (125)
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:58 PM #8
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your noid clicking every once in a wile proly has to do with you screwing you grip screws in to tight. Seing you stripped you gripframe you proly screwed your gripd in to tigght to. Either you can solder it to repair or buy a new board (125)

upper board + new solenoid = 125 not just the board my friend.
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