I think it has to due with the frame not cooling properly rather than tolerances. That and poor quality control.Yeah I understand that the fnx tac is made for and used for a completely different purpose or was designed for anyway. But why can't quality standards be more exact with these "space age" polymers? You would think that they could refine it to tighter tolerances and smooth out injection marks so it doesn't look like it was intended for a happy meal. Maybe they just don't care and good enough to function is just that.... Good enough.
I did the fix today. Took maybe ten minutes. Used a hair dryer. Frame never got very hot but it bent and looks completely perfect now. Took 3 tries to get it where I wanted it. Easy to do.Since it looks like this is getting results I am going to try it on mine tomorrow.
Because a hair dryer/heat gun gets hotter than 115 degrees. And if polymer was going to melt/deform in the middle east, than what happened to the stock on your M4/M16?I mean you can re shape it with a hair dryer how would it stand up to 115• dessert heat? I have one on the way and now I'm re thinking my purchase.
No. They had a bad fire a few months ago. Lost most of their equipment and guns. It was a devastating incident. They have purchased a new building in the same town but don't have their equipment set up yet. They said they would HOPE to be making guns again by the end of march. Sad. Their guns are the best value in 1911 that you can get in my opinion. I have a bunch of Wilson's, Baers, Ed browns and Colts. My Dan Wesson is the one that Rides on my hip every day. Amazing gun that I trust my life to.Is DW currently producing 1911s? Last I read was something about getting up and running at a new location following a fire.