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    That's a new one for me!

    I would keep it just as it is. Too bad Helmut Weldle isn't around to see it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    I would recommend just replacing the slide. It will eliminate any future concerns you might have with the issues this one has given you.
    I appreciate the input James....new slide on the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vertigosol View Post
    How many rounds has that gun seen before and after the rebarrel?
    I don't keep logs but this one has probably seen 70-80ish before re-barreling then probably another 15-20ish after. It's got "fankenguts" but the slide. piston, and frame are all original. I bought this one new about 2003 I think. The NP3 has worn really well IMO and it's like a postman....it's seen all the elements! : )
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    Quote Originally Posted by kallotterg View Post
    Bruce Gray is probably the most knowledgeable about the P7 and the best welder with much experience making custom P7 slides.
    Good call on Grayguns.....they might be able fix it up!

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    Good news.......Spoke to Grayguns today and they say they can fix my limping slide! Unfortunately, it's a specialized job (that Bruce does himself) and the work queue for such is about 6-8 months out! I guess I'll just mount another slide on this one until that time comes.

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