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    SigDoubleTap is offline Junior Member
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    I have pitting problems on my gun.

    The only trouble spot is on the narrow rail on the rear of the top receiver. ( The narrow polished long rectangular part that is behind the barrel when looking at the upper assembly) It looks like a long thin silver bar. It has some pitting on the narrow polished steel surface. Is this normal?

    Last edited by SigDoubleTap; 07-12-2010 at 05:52 PM. Reason: Simplicity

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    A photo would be helpful. It sounds like it may be normal wear.

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    Thanks for posting the photo. It looks very normal to me. It's a very minor imperfection that will not affect function at all, and Sig would tell you that it is entirely normal. They are great guns...shoot it and enjoy it.

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