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Old 06-08-2012, 03:53 AM   #721
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look alikes... SR1911 & SW1911 TRS
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Old 06-08-2012, 04:11 AM   #722
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Cane... grips and the mag funnel?
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Also he black matte finished em.
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looks like he changed the trigger also.
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Why yes he did
Changes made to-date;
  1. 10-8 O/S Long Flat Trigger w/Teflon-Moly matte black finish
  2. EGW O/S Flat Bottom Firing Pin Stop, Series 70
  3. Smith & Alexander Arched Main Spring Housing w/Mag-Guide
  4. Duragrips Black Wasp Nest Grips - Magwell bottoms
  5. Brownells Tri-Wing Grip Screws w/Teflon-Moly matte black finish
  6. Trigger Job to reduce pull from ~5.5# to ~4.5#
  7. Fastex Action & Barrel Treatment
  8. FrogLube inside and out
  9. Lapped trigger and bow to receiver.
  10. Stoned trigger bow galleys
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Old 06-08-2012, 04:18 AM   #723
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Changes made to-date;
  1. 10-8 O/S Long Flat Trigger w/Teflon-Moly matte black finish
  2. EGW O/S Flat Bottom Firing Pin Stop, Series 70
  3. Smith & Alexander Arched Main Spring Housing w/Mag-Guide
  4. Duragrips Black Wasp Nest Grips - Magwell bottoms
  5. Brownells Tri-Wing Grip Screws w/Teflon-Moly matte black finish
  6. Trigger Job to reduce pull from ~5.5# to ~4.5#
  7. Fastex Action & Barrel Treatment
  8. FrogLube inside and out
  9. Lapped trigger and bow to receiver.
  10. Stoned trigger bow galleys
Cane with the exception of a few of the mods, most of them are either subtle or inside and not seen. it came out very clean and refined. BTW, i have a RIA Commander ordered and plan on doing some of the same type modifications, subtle and hidden. just have to wait until it arrives at my dealer, as they are on backorder.
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Old 06-08-2012, 05:43 AM   #724
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My Ria "MS"
Quite a few little changes, springs, sear, hammer, disconnecter, trigger, grip safety, grips, front and rear sight, and until i get enough time, oxpho blued. Soon i'll be rust bluing it. Oh and removed the billboard.

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Eta: also, firing pin
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Cane with the exception of a few of the mods, most of them are either subtle or inside and not seen. it came out very clean and refined. BTW, i have a RIA Commander ordered and plan on doing some of the same type modifications, subtle and hidden. just have to wait until it arrives at my dealer, as they are on backorder.
When I return from my upcoming trip, I will post a NIB-to-Carry thread to show the progression of what was done to this gun. Most all improvements/changes will be things that members with a modicum of common mechanical sense will be capable of doing to their 1911's. (except a trigger job, that should be done by a Smith)
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Hey- I resemble that
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Does anyone have a crossbreed type IWB holster that they want to part with?
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Maybe. 1911 right?
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Maybe. 1911 right?
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