Loctiting/gluing the tension adjustment knob on Ruger PCC
Ok this may sound very dumb, but bear with me for a second.
The manual for the Ruger PCC states to adjust the tension knob states to tension the adjustment knob, attach the forend assembly to the receiver, then hand tighten as much as possible. HOWEVER, with only that, there still is a slight play between the barrel and the receiver. I read that some people tension the knob until the foreend is too tight to be fitted onto the receiver, then dial it back for a very snug, no play fit. I have been doing this, and have had great results in terms of stability. However, when doing double taps, or any shot fast than 2x/second, I notice the adjustment knob will loosen back one notch. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried gluing the tension adjuster or using a bedding material to secure it to the spacer once the desired snug is met? A visual explanation of what I want to do below link. Since the knob is being glued to the spacer which does not rotate on the barrel, there should be no problem with the function of the gun.
Thoughts? Horrible, ok bad? I dont think it will have any negative effects, but I dont know anything regarding vibration between the two materials, barrel resonance etc.