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    Morons doing idiots type things to expensive guns....oh brother, sorry to hear that!
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    If you don't want it, sell it to me Chris.
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    We'll never know what happened unless the idiotic culprit fesses up. With that aside, keep the gun and enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobblestone View Post
    Can you stone off the displaced metal where those high spots impinge on mating surfaces, and do it without changing angles or removing metal that belongs where it still remains?
    I agree. if you lightly take off any metal hanging low on the slide, it will keep it from doing any further damage to the hood.
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    ^ ^ ^ It’s an HK, the slide/hood affects lockup. It doesn’t take much to knock off the protrusion/offender with a fine grit file.

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    Sorry this happened to me...

    I know others will disagree - but things like this is why I never buy used - only new.

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    Was the pistol from a ban state? When I lived in MA, some shop(s) were drilling holes into the slide and barrel to make a loaded chamber indicator. It was there way of having compliant glocks in state.

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    I agree. New is the way to go. But there are limited options when it comes to a gun produced in 2004 in limited numbers. You win some and you lose some.

    Pistol was from Texas. This does not look intentionally drilled. It looks like it was slowly worn over time.

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    If you did not pay "full" price, and it is completely operational, then keep it!!!

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    Do you know if the seller was the original owner?

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