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Got a cheap Taurus 94 .22 that the rear sights drift. After I dial it in, can I put a drop of loctite on it and then adjust them later re-adjust them if need be? Anybody got a better idea on keeping them from moving, they are quite loose. This is an older model I got when they first came out and won't be long until my grandson is ready to start learning firearms.
 

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It's a fine shooter and never had any trouble out of it except the loose sights. Stainless 4", wood grips that I may change out to rubber. The wood looks so good I hate to do that though.
 

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Can you buy some new sights for it?

I aint talking about replacing the gun...But don't try and train a youngster on something that aint 100% good to go...get r fixed
 

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Yeah, your right after thinking on it. Just heard Taurus' service dept was slow due to being swamped. Probably get a local smith to do it. Need to let the wife and daughter shoot it also since they both carry revolvers and both have been on me to take them shooting along with some of my daughter's friends, some who have never shot a firearm.
 

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Rear sights is about a 5 min job for a good smith...Go see Randall at Great Southern for a quickie...buy the sights before you go...Brownells ought to have something
 

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If your in a hurry and want them to stay put , but also be able to move them , use clear nail polish. Just dont let your wife catch you swipeing it from her.
 
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