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Old 01-20-2014, 05:53 PM   #11
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Just want to correct this even being an older post. The us made parts are steel covered in polymer not plastic. The guide rod is plastic and superiour to the steel one. The steel one can and does jam the gun in extreme dust dirt conditions. The plastic one does not.
You are 100% correct about the guide rod. The same thing applies to Kel Tec products. I put a steel guide rod in my Kel Tec, it started jamming immediately.
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Buds has the Italian BF92 but it is blued, not stainless. You are going to pay a premium for any stainless BF92 because they are rare.

I was considering a 9mm 1911 but I have decided to get a BF92 myself. I just want a quality pistol with a 5" barrel I can shoot in single action. I have an XD that I am going to retire to the truck or only shoot the XD when I get a brain locked range/safety officer.
What is a BF92? A search turns up not very much, and a few vague foreign references. And I may be wrong, but the 92 series isn't blued, it's their Bruniton finish…

Further search indicates a "B" for firing pin block, and an "F" for govt. model. Used to be blued, not anymore.
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