Originally Posted by rock185
new, I hope you'll have someone knowledgeable about 1911 work check out your modifications and fix what's wrong. I don't know quite how to put this, and mean no disrespect, but you should not be replacing critical fire control and safety parts without a thorough knowledge of what you'e doing. Every part you've mentioned normally needs fitting, and the required fitting is often not as obvious as having a trigger that won't physically fit without filing or stoning. There are many things that can go wrong with replacing the parts you indicated. I fully realize that the 1911 looks very simple, but with that there is considerable nuance in the platform, which is one reason gunsmiths get the big bucks... Best of luck with your project.
I agree with you on having someone check modifications. Another set of eyes sometimes see things one misses.
The OP has had some experience, though still learning.
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