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Old 08-26-2019, 08:13 PM   #1
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Frame interior scratched on brand new ppq sc

Stupid question but, I shot my new ppq sc today and when I took it apart to clean it. I seen it had a scratch in the interior of the frame on the right edge. Is this just a thing on all the ppq sc or is this just factory damage?
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Sorry, but I can't see the scratch. How bout using a 'paint' program to edit the picture, placing an arrow pointing at the scratch or maybe put a circle around the area.
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Sorry, but I can't see the scratch. How bout using a 'paint' program to edit the picture, placing an arrow pointing at the scratch or maybe put a circle around the area.
I circled it, It's probably not that big of a deal but I just find it really weird. Curious if it's on anyone else's.
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Okay, I see the ding. I can't answer your question. I'd say reassemble and shoot it some more, then field strip, clean and check that spot again.
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I see nothing out of the ordinary for a gun like that.
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Old 08-27-2019, 04:52 PM   #6
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I see nothing out of the ordinary for a gun like that.
Yeah, I know I'm pretty OCD it's crazy to flip out about it.
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Yeah, I know I'm pretty OCD it's crazy to flip out about it.
It's always better to assume the worst and be pleasantly surprised than assume the best and find out otherwise...especially with firearms.
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Did you field strip the firearm and inspect it before transfer into your name?


Always a good idea.
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Did you field strip the firearm and inspect it before transfer into your name?


Always a good idea.
No I didn't even think of doing that with a new firearm. I expected it to be in perfect condition. But now on I'm going to.
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No I didn't even think of doing that with a new firearm. I expected it to be in perfect condition. But now on I'm going to.

Good idea.


You should read my thread regarding a Wilson Combat/Beretta Brigadier Tactical 92G fiasco.
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