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Well, I've always used blue, but have occasionally had issues getting mounts off.

A couple days ago I put a mount on a 336, and just decreased the screws, and holes.

I mounted one of those Bushnell TSR-25 red dots on it.
Zeroed today in 3 shots. If it'll hold zero this thing is perfect for that 3030.

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I guess I am just one lucky fellow but I have never in my life used any type of locktite on any of my scope mounts and I have several dozen mounted and have never had one shoot loose and that includes heavy kickers. I have had to dig a lot of the crap out of the screw holes before I could mount a scope on several used gun I bought, 0ne even had the stuff on the bottom of a weaver type base, what a mess that was.

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I use to think loctite was a necessity , now a days I just clean the threads thoroughly , and torque to specifications. makes things easier to change out later on.
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I use to think loctite was a necessity , now a days I just clean the threads thoroughly , and torque to specifications. makes things easier to change out later on.
Yes it does.

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