Security screw and super glue?

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Security screw and super glue?

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Question - the security screw on my Contender has started coming loose. This is the second time, and I don’t want it to wriggle all the way off and risk losing the screw. Would a tiny dab of super glue be a horrible idea? It seems like it would be easy to snap loose with the proper wrench that came with the cage, the next time she wants me out. But I don’t know, so...
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What about loctite or one of those proprietary nut and bolt locking products ?

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It takes a special Allen key anyway, which I don’t have. I doubt my owner wants to deal with loctite and if I pitch that, I’ll end up in the Cherry Keeper - great device but I love the Contender.
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Superglue.

There are various types of Loctite, and some of them would make the screw *extremely* difficult to remove. And you certainly don't want to strip the head trying.
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Use clear nail polish- acetone will take it off when you want it off...or when *she* wants it off, rather...

I have a custom SS .44Mag snubnose, 2 cylinders of full house loads causes all of the screws to loosen up and the cylinder jams- the nail polish cures that problem, should work for your problem and it is easy to get rid of when you want to.
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Tom Allen wrote:
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Superglue.

There are various types of Loctite, and some of them would make the screw *extremely* difficult to remove. And you certainly don't want to strip the head trying.
If you, or anyone else, tries this route there are 3 common versions. Blue, red and green with the red a green considered permanent. The blue is intended to keep screws tight but removeable.
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