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Old 11-11-2012, 01:33 AM   #11
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Not a clue, that's why I'm here asking questions.
Was being sarcastic. Here's a match grade barrel on my colt.

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Was being sarcastic. Here's a match grade barrel on my colt.
Then perhaps the reviewer was speaking of the barrel of his Girsan, not the slide. Hmmm

Only makes me want to buy more. I hate buying into what others have all gathered around the fire to see. I'd rather walk down the way and try something frowned upon for one reason or another. I live for exclusivity. So I think this Girsan is exactly what fits my bill.
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Then perhaps the reviewer was speaking of the barrel of his Girsan, not the slide. Hmmm

Only makes me want to buy more. I hate buying into what others have all gathered around the fire to see. I'd rather walk down the way and try something frowned upon for one reason or another. I live for exclusivity. So I think this Girsan is exactly what fits my bill.
Good luck. I buy wierd crap all the time.full report please.
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Good luck. I buy wierd crap all the time.full report please.
Well, first gotta get new tablet, then gun. Probably layaway on Buds or something.
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Do you want your slide to detonate?.... You can buy a ria or metro arms for the same price. Do yourself the favor and do so.
RIA and Metro don't have forged slides either. They all are using extruded slides.
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Wtf is a match grade slide?
Don't know about match grade, but a matched slide is usually hand fitted and lapped to the frame so the slide and frame rails are an exact fit.
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RIA and Metro don't have forged slides either. They all are using extruded slides.
American classics have forged slides. http://www.americanclassic1911.com/american-classic/classic-ii-model.html
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Don't know about match grade, but a matched slide is usually hand fitted and lapped to the frame so the slide and frame rails are an exact fit.
Perhaps I mistook ine thing for another when reading review and misrepresented here. I should'e just copied and pasted. Being lazy. Haha
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RIA and Metro don't have forged slides either. They all are using extruded slides.
Who extrudes carbon or stainless steel?

Cold and hot rolled maybe but extruded?

Forged, tool, bar or cast maybe.
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Who extrudes carbon or stainless steel?

Cold and hot rolled maybe but extruded?

Forged, tool, bar or cast maybe.
This is all foreign language to me. Does this all have to do with the hardness/rigidity of the material?
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