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Bushing O-ring, 8 pieces (O-BU-8)

4.80 stars, based on 20 reviews
These O-rings go around the Hex Drive Bushings and work together with the Grip Screw O-rings to give the best possible mounting for your grips. The system prevents the grips from shifting during discharge. Very effective for preventing bushings and...
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Very happy - o-rings are better than star washers for holding grips securely. Fairly priced and quickly shipped. Thank you!

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The Challis "o" rings were, for me, a mix and match or not issue. The left panel on my Ruger LW Commander allowed light between the panel and frame using both the bushing "o" ring and the screw "o" ring. It was solved by removing the bushing "o" ring. On the right panel I found the screw "o" ring to be too small for the relief cut of my VZ Operator III grips. They fell through the panels bore. I wound up using the larger bushing "o" ring in place of the screw version. At present I am not sure what combination I have on the panels, LOL. I did replace the original hex screws with slotted; removing the panels with my Grace screw driver is a lot quicker now. TADA!

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Anti-vibe

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These are great to keep the bushings and grip screws from working loose.

Arizona

Bought spare O Rings for Challis Bushings and Grip Screws

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Bought O Rings for spares to accomdate Challis Bushings.

Bushing “O” Rings . . .

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Took Brian’s advice and ordered these bushings “O” rings. While not difficult to install on the bushings, installing the bushings with the rings attached proved challenging . . . I don’t know if I can give a high rating to them since an adequate torquing of the bushings appeared to suffice. The bottom line, nice but not necessary in one man’s opinion.

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