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  1. Buski
    12-23-2012 16:56
    Buski
    Lee,

    Ref your ? concerning the pistol frame pin, for the Carver mount. I "suspect", that the Carver pin does not damage the frame. Though, I don't know, as I have not taken the mount off of the frame & put back in the Glock OEM frame pin.

    I'm shooting "nuclear" reloads. Stuff that I have carefuly worked up to, over a period of time. So far so good.

    Good shooting
  2. leeward419
    12-16-2012 08:36
    leeward419
    Hi, re post on your purchase of the carver hunter mount for the glock 20...I was wondering how it worked out, are you satisfied with it...I have finally saved up enough to buy one and amgettingready to order it, but wanted to ask a couple of questions of someone who actually owns one. Does mounting and using it hurt the pistol frame pin holes...I ask because I will only use the mount during deer season, then replace standard pins...concern being they will be loose and slide out...thank you in advance for any insight into the mount.

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