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    RIFLESHOOTER4741 is offline Junior Member
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    BBL. lockup a lot harsher on MK-25 Navy then my P227 Carry.

    Seems the bbl. lockup is much harsher on the MK-25 Navy,then on the P227 Carry. I notice markings "smiles" on top and bottom of the MK-25 bbl. I see no sign of any contact of the finish of the P227 Carry bbl.
    Don't think it's a problem,just think the lockup is different on the MK-25.
    Last edited by RIFLESHOOTER4741; 06-17-2014 at 06:05 PM. Reason: Wrong letter used for handgun MK not WK

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    That is normal for Sigs. The barrel is fit tighter. They say to use plenty of lubricant on the rails and in that area on a Sig.

    On many guns, it's normal to develop wear there. It's no big deal

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    The finish on all my Sig barrels have wear marks... haven't seen a Sig without em'. No biggie, and not uncommon... does not hinder performance one bit.

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    I understand there is not a problem,and the markings are normal.
    But what i think is there is a difference in the mechanical bbl. locking system on my WK-25 Navy, then there is on my P227 Carry. Not sure this is a fact it just seems it could be.

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    You are talking about your MK-25 and not WK-25 correct?

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    I was going to ask what a WK-25 Navy is.

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    MK . . . WK, too many model/letters to keep up with anyway (ha ha).

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    Quote Originally Posted by In-Sight View Post
    You are talking about your MK-25 and not WK-25 correct?
    Can't recall when i started calling it WK,you are correct it's MK-25.

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    Probably a simple typo and you never even looked back...no big deal...we knew what you meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIFLESHOOTER4741 View Post
    Can't recall when i started calling it WK,you are correct it's MK-25.
    No biggie at all and again, we knew what you meant. Main thing is, you have one .

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    Quote Originally Posted by In-Sight View Post
    No biggie at all and again, we knew what you meant. Main thing is, you have one .
    Yes it gets to be a task keeping my little mind on track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIFLESHOOTER4741 View Post
    Yes it gets to be a task keeping my little mind on track.
    I think I know exactly what you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIFLESHOOTER4741 View Post
    Can't recall when i started calling it WK,you are correct it's MK-25.
    Think i have corrected it.

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    MK-25 Navy is a great weapon that has a gold anchor on the left side of the slide. My brother is very accurate with his and I am getting interested in purchasing one myself. It is said the Navy Seals carry them???
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    Quote Originally Posted by cedarhill View Post
    MK-25 Navy is a great weapon that has a gold anchor on the left side of the slide. My brother is very accurate with his and I am getting interested in purchasing one myself. It is said the Navy Seals carry them???
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    The MK-25 Navy is the standard Seal issue. And i really like mine,it's a great shooting Sig.

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