RMR Replacement Screws

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These are replacement 6-32 screws for our Trijicon RMR cuts. For Glocks: The shorter one is to be used on the ejection (right) side the slide. Longer one is used on the left side. All other models use the same length screws. *All of our screws use a 5/64" hex wrench which is not included.

Glock Lengths: 1) 7/16" & 1) 3/8"

"Other" Lengths: 2) 7/16"

It is your responsibility to ensure the lengths you need!

If ordered alone these will ship via USPS First Class mail.

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8 Reviews

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by JW Smith on Oct 16th 2023

    Great product!

  • 5
    Replacement screw

    Posted by Chris Herrell on Aug 15th 2023

    I needed replacement mounting screws for my RMR that Primary Machine milled and mounted for me a few years ago. Customer service was great and I received them in just a few days. Good product and great company!

  • 5
    Right thread and fit

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 20th 2022

    Just wish they were security torx like trijicon screws.

  • 5
    Rmr screw replacement

    Posted by David Pitts on Jun 25th 2022

    Was life saver before a match .. over torqued the original and had to drill it out .. awesome to have a place to get extras . Perfect replacement

  • 5
    Rmr screws

    Posted by David Marcelli on May 4th 2020

    Fast service, product seem better than OEM

  • 5
    Great company

    Posted by Guy on Apr 18th 2020

    Just what I needed, fast shipping
    Will be doing business in the future with these guys

  • 5
    Replacement rmr screws

    Posted by Juan Noyola on Aug 17th 2019

    Excellent product and exactly the sizes I needed to mount the rmr onto my Glock 19 gen4.
    Added some blue loctite and hand tightened them to specs.

  • 5
    Great Screws

    Posted by Alec on Jun 16th 2018

    Top quality screws, can't expect anything less from Primary Machine.
    Some installation tips:
    Clean the threads of your slide and the threads of the screws really well.
    Use a very small amount of blue loctite (too much will prevent them from seating completely).
    Tighten to finger tight with the long end of the hex key then switch to the short end for more leverage but just give them a little nudge to get the right torque.
    Check them every thousand rounds or so.
    If you need to remove heat the head of the screw with a soldering iron to get the loctite to break down.

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