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Tm p226 query

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So I brought a tm p226r last weekend and used it yesterday fresh out the box. I was having issues with the slide sticking, I’d forgot my silicon oil so couldn’t sort it yesterday. I’ve got it out today and took the slide off. It was all pretty dry so I’ve lubed it up, but noticed there was some really rough areas on the metal above the trigger (see pictures) and wondered if it was normal or if should I file them down. 

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So just looked at my glock and that is really smooth on them parts, so I think I’m going to file it down a touch to get it smooth, a bit disappointed with the tm quality everyone raves about 

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Do those parts touch the slide on the P226, or is it just the underside of the rails?

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I’m pretty sure they touch the slide 

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I'm pretty sure that area makes little if any contact to the slide or elements in the slide.

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37 minutes ago, heroshark said:

I'm pretty sure that area makes little if any contact to the slide or elements in the slide.

 

Im not at home so can’t take any pictures but I’ll stick a couple on later see what you think, if they don’t make contact then I’ll leave it as it is, I was just a bit worried it would damage the parts in the slide 

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