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screw

(skrū),
A helically grooved cylinder for fastening two objects together or for adjusting the position of an object resting on one end of the screw.

screw

Orthopedics
noun A threaded internal fixation device, usually constructed of stainless steel, commonly used to fix bones in place, either alone or with a plate.
 
Vox populi
verb Popular, to treat unfairly.

screw

noun Orthopedics A ubiquitous threaded internal fixation device, usually constructed of stainless steel, commonly used to fix bones in place, either alone or with a plate. See Bionx absorbable cannulated screw, Cancellous screw, Cannellated screw, Cortical screw, Cross-locking screw, Herbert screw, Interference screw, Lag screw Vox populi verb
1. Popular, 'to treat unfairly'.
2. Vulgar; to have intercourse.

screw

(skrū)
Helically grooved cylinder for attaching two objects or adjusting position of an object resting on one end of screw.
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On the ejection port side of the sight housing holes are tapped for two fairly heavy Allen screws. The bolt catch side of the housing has the holes countersunk to fit the heads of the Allen screws.
Some guns have a trigger positioning Allen screw on the top of the trigger guard.
Laserlyte does not stop there as the bottom of the Sub Compact V2 accepts a small Picatinny rail, which attaches to the bottom of the V2 by sliding the dovetails of the adapter onto the mating system of the V2 and attaching with two Allen screws. This attachment has two rails for allowing the use of a flashlight or other accessories in addition to the red dot Laserlyte.
There are also four positions to place the holster on the paddle, all with a single Allen screw. That way you can adjust the height for the most comfortable ride.
This can be positioned any where along the length of the underside of the barrel where it is held in place with an Allen screw.
Next, I used a number 43 drill to bore from the top down through the bolt hole and down in the side of the elevator so a 1/4-inch-long 4-40 Allen screw will go below the 1/4-inch bolt hole.
Now place the collar over the case and insert the allen screw through a hole in the collar and screw it into the hole in the case.
Both have sturdy belt clips and come with an Allen screw for quick blade replacement.