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Cheapo Grip Repair for my Beretta?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by BerettaNut92, Jan 3, 2003.

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  1. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Member

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    Decapitated a grip screw and don't have the tools or the smarts to get it out just yet.

    I can get the other grip screw on, will duct tape suffice, and will Goof-off harm the finish on my gun when I get the ducttape crap off? I am thinking of wrapping some ducttape around the portion of the grip where it's loose.

    I have my USP to shoot but miss Nina already :(
     
  2. yesterdaysyouth

    yesterdaysyouth Member

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    just put something under the tape, like paper or gauze for that injured look
     
  3. Boats

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    Get some double sided foam tape and exacto knife it to fit between the reverse side of the grip and the frame. Only the right side grip on the 92 is mission critical at all IIRC.
     
  4. New_comer

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    A Houge slip-on could do the trick.

    Or use rugby to secure the grip panel. It's easy to remove, like rigid gum, unlike loctite that could eat up on the finish.

    If it should be taped, I'd settle for masking tape instead of ducting or packaging tape. Again, easier to remove.
     
  5. blades67

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    Since your plan is for it to be temporary, I second the Hogue Hand-All. No goo to worry about and it won't harm the finish.
     
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