Gunsmithing Pistols & Revolvers - 3rd Edition by Sweeney, Patrick

By Sweeney, Patrick

Home made initiatives, prognosis and service for Pistols and RevolversTechniques: submitting, sharpening, becoming a member of, refinishingTools: how one can select and useTheory: how pistols and revolvers operateTuning and timing revolversAccurizing.

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If you want to hard-fit the slide and frame, practice squeezing the slide on your dead one, not the good one. If you chew up your practice slide until there’s nothing left to it, just go out and get another. Use it as a sacrificial practice lamb to protect your good slide. I 41 would pop up and bind the sear in such a way that if you pushed the safety off, the sear released, firing the pistol. To say this was startling is an understatement. If the slide stop and safety do not behave on your pistol, you must fit them properly.

Use it as a sacrificial practice lamb to protect your good slide. I 41 would pop up and bind the sear in such a way that if you pushed the safety off, the sear released, firing the pistol. To say this was startling is an understatement. If the slide stop and safety do not behave on your pistol, you must fit them properly. Let’s start with a malfunctioning slide stop. Make sure the pistol is empty. Take the slide off of the frame. Remove the thumb safety, plungers and spring. Now put the slide stop back in the frame.

If you over-drill, the safety will be difficult to press into the safe position. Correct over-drilling with a round needle file, filing the bottom of the dimple you have drilled. By breaking the bottom edge of the dimple you ease the work your thumb must do in pushing the safety up. ” Then lift the safety out from the frame. When you pull the thumb safety out of the frame, keep a fingertip over the back of it. This prevents the spring and plungers from leaping to freedom. THE LONG AND SHORT OF REMOVING METAL 1911 GRIP SCREW BUSHINGS The grips on a 1911 are held on with screws, and these screws thread into bushings that are themselves screwed into the frame.

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