Please re-read my previous posts. Once again, I have stated above that this is a part of general revolver maintenance. The hard steel makes it much harder for the screws to get enough torque from a flathead screwdriver. This is why friction fit is superior, as the harder steel makes the screws more likely to loosen on a regular basis. The MR 73 has a very hard tool steel frame. This could have been an issue, but the designers were smart enough to include a hand slot/window like on a S&W revolver. I only bring this up to provide an example of something that can be done to alleviate this issue.You seem to be missing the fact that regardless of securing process, you'll have to tighten screws on any revolver that has them.
Do you know for a fact that a medium grade thread locker is somehow inferior to a friction fit in an older revolver? Is it within the realm of possibilities the new revolver will actually go longer without having to tighten screws?
My 2018 SAA has thread locker, and I have had zero problems thus far.
The issue here is that this combination (pressure fit hand and very hard steel) makes a newly designed, expensive revolver entirely dependent on an adhesive to function.