Right now I'm going to admit to being stupid and I'm used to doing this... Think of as a public service announcement ?? Well, I was installing a new fiber optic rear sight on my 9 mm 1911, it needed to filed down a bit to fit and I guess I went a lil to far. It held in place for about 300 rounds with out any troubles until match day. The first stage, I was missing a lot and then I noticed the rear sight had worked loose and was drifting left and right. Luckily my shooting partner brought his spare 1911 and I was able to complete the day. So I bought some lock tite to stick the rear sight, I used the new green which is low strength but very liquid. Put the gun away and the next weekend before I went to the range for some practice I checked the gun. I cant pull the slide back and realized that Ive lock tited the slide to the frame. I guess some of the excess lock tite ran down into the slide rails and I didn't notice it..Took me quite a while to free up the slide using a rubber hammer and even more time to clean the adhesive from the rails. This was my stupid human trick of the year. Can anyone beat this?