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Old 10-08-2011, 04:35 PM   #1
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Hey 1911 Freaks, just got a new Dan Wesson 1911cz Heritage from Cabela's. Best price I could find. Took it to the range and after 4 rds slide froze! Went home cleaned pistol and back to the range the next day, 4 rds, same problem.
Well it's on it's way back to Dan Wesson CZ. They could not have been nicer. This pistol is so sweet I can't begin to tell you all. They'll do there thing to the slide and I'll report back.



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Old 10-08-2011, 05:03 PM   #2
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Well I hope it's sweeter when you get it back!



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When you cleaned the thing after it first froze up, what did you see on rails? Any marks of galling? Did you thoroughly clean the packing grease off before shooting?

I am interested in what the problem is.

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No I didn't notice any marks. What I did notice is how tight the gun, I can't believe this is a production handgun.

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No I didn't notice any marks. What I did notice is how tight the gun, I can't believe this is a production handgun.
Sounds TOO tight for a 1911
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My wilson is pretty tight and I have never had any problems. Did you take any pictures?



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