The extractor "cut" For the firing pin stop had the extractor sitting out about an eighth of an inch from the rear of the slide, and it was "tuned" tight to the point of causing 3 point jams every time. It's not Ed Brown's Part problem, and I figured that It would be better to tune the RIA extractor for Temporary purposes, until I decide what finish I want for the RIA, and then tune the extractor, trim the back of the extractor to fit the RIA, and refinish it. I'm thinking of just Oxpho bluing it, as I'm not going to spend 200-300 dollars to blue a gun I've got 500 bucks into
I'm Thinking that with the front sight, which is a narrow Tenon, I have three options. The first is to go with a Meprolight Tritium setup, which would set me back around 100 bucks, and give me tritium sights, which I'm not too hot on for this gun, but it may be worth it in the future.
The Second is I may miraculously find the front sight size I need, which neither Brownells nor Midway has at the time.
The Third option is to order a "blank" MGW front sight, trim it to the right height, drill a dimple in it, and paint the dimple white.
Thanks for your Response Sir!