Custom Thread Protector
Ratings & Reviews
Word of thought.
So I recently purchased this for my threaded barrel and it didn't come with a rubber 9mm O-ring (for my G-19) to prevent the thread protector from backing out when shooting at the range. So the longer I shot the more I would have to stop let my barrel cool down and hand tighten it back down. I feel if Glockstore.com where to add a bag of 1-5 rubber O-rings with this product, it would eliminate the problem and also allow people not to have to use lock-tight witch destroys your treads. I don't think this wouldn't break the bank on either side. Cheers.
by Another thought
The product appears to be another quality dress up for your shooter and is full of warm and fuzzies while doing what is intend. Thinking outside the box, the slightest drop of blue will resolve all issues and better than a distorted 'O' ring. GS does it as good as it can be done. Thank you
Locktite Red is for parts that will be removed. Locktite Blue is for more permanent assembly
Thread locker correction
A O ring of 70 durometer will work for quite a while to secure the thread protector.
If you choose to use thread locker, DO NOT USE RED THREAD LOCKER, it requires 300 degrees + to remove it! Blue may be used but it will also require some strength to break it free.
I use PURPLE thread locker for such things and also for scope ring screws, it is effective yet still easily disassembled with proper tools.
Not sure why anyone with any knowledge would tell you any different, hope this is helpful.
Solver honeycomb cap
by Lil E
Item is as described fits perfectly snug on my double diamond barrel with no play, item does not give off a hard shine has a pretty look to it