By the way, this is how the original, 2 9/16” chambered guns looked. Note the fixed Ejector.
After the Photobucket debacle, I rebuilt my threads using Imgur, but I guess I left some pictures out.
I’d thought that this style of...
Beautiful guns, congratulations.
You should know that both of your Bronze Friction Pieces are on backwards. The bevel should nestle up inside the...
Sure, but there’s a whole thread on it here:
I have a Belgian stock with the identical pattern. From 1924:
With my iPad or iPhone, I copy and paste the link in the picture icon. When I’m on the mainframe, I haven’t a clue.
The MGW stock at least has a round knob.
Straight stocks don’t just require a different Trigger Plate, the nut in the Receiver is at a different...
I don’t own a 1911-380 but I do have 3 1911’s. Most problems can be traced to the magazines. In your case I would guess the feed lips are too far...
But what will it do to the finish? If a solvent will do...
I just saw something about this on another website. I think they said MEK would remove it, but you’ll want to confirm that before trying it. I’d...
I get 1954. A lot of design changes occurred in 1958, but I wasn’t sure that all guns from that year got all the modifications.
Beautiful gun. I noticed that the rear corners of the ejection port are square. Supposedly they went to round corners in ‘58. Is yours a low...
Great! And by the way, welcome to the forum.
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