1911 Barrel Links

by Drew on March 15, 2014

Barrel Links

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Wilson Combat Bullet Proof 1911 Wide Ambi Safety Wilson Combat Bullet Proof 1911 Wide Ambi Safety


Wilson Combat Bullet Proof 1911 Ambi Safety:


Wilson Combat has announced  their latest offering in their “Bullet Proof” series of 1911 parts and accessories. The Wilson Combat Bullet Proof 1911 Wide Ambi Safety featuring billet steel construction, precision CNC machined for a long-lasting, wobble-free fit. A unique hammer pin holds the right side lever securely in place without using the grips to hold your safety in place. Pre-shaped and contoured for a perfect, comfortable feel right out of the package. Fitting is required. $164.95

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September 7, 2012

Wilson Combat Match Grade Barrels for 1911 Wilson Combat® Match Grade Barrels for 1911 are known for their unsurpassed quality and accuracy. Wilson Combat® match barrels are fully machined from aircraft grade stainless steel forgings and heat-treated to R/C 40 for maximum service life. Critical manufacturing tolerances are held to less than .0005″ (one half […]

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September 1, 2012

 1911 Silencer: TACTICAL ARMZ recently entered the civilian SILENCER market after years of designing and manufacturing SILENCERS for “Special Projects”. Bill of TACTICAL ARMZ is available for discussion on the 308AR.com forum. Drop by and discuss your needs with him. or contact him directly at: Contact: Bill Moll tacarmz@sbcglobal.net Made of 4130 aeronautical grade tube […]

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1911 Reliability Secrets

July 10, 2012

    I was surfing the web and found an interesting 1911 link “1911 Reliability Secrets“. I thought it interesting and informative enough to share.   Below is an excerpt from the site The Barrel Most barrels of modern manufacture (since the middle 1980s) come already “throated,” or widened, in the ramp area. This is […]

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Remington Threaded Model 1911 R1 Enhanced

April 16, 2012

Remington, which originally produced 1911 pistols for the U.S. military during World War I, now offers a classic version as well as their Enhanced version for the more tactical minded. The Threaded Enhanced R1 has many of the same features of the Enhanced including front and rear slide serrations, a beavertail grip safety with a […]

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March 25, 2012

JERRY KUHNHAUSEN M1911 WALL CHART   I noticed the JERRY KUHNHAUSEN M1911 WALL CHART while browsing Brownells. I think it would be great over any workbench where 1911 pistols are serviced.

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March 25, 2012

MAKE READY WITH DEAN CAPUTO: 1911 ARMORER’S BENCH DVD I received the  MAKE READY WITH DEAN CAPUTO: 1911 ARMORER’S BENCH DVD for Christmas and with all the chaos of the holidays I forgot about it and never sat down and watched it. Fast forward to March 2012 while working on an AR-15 going through a […]

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ADDED a NEW PAGE – How To Videos for the 1911 Pistol

March 25, 2012

While I still find printed material works best as a reference for the most minute details of working on a firearm I think it is also quite useful to have some video references. To that end I have started a page collecting the best 1911 DIY links on the internet. Vist the new page here.

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Colt Crimson Trace New Agent 1911

January 27, 2012

  Colt’s Manufacturing Company LLC has teamed up with Crimson Trace Corporation for the first ever Lasergrips®, grip-integrated laser sight emblazoned with the Colt® logo, which is now standard on the Colt New Agent® pistol. This compact, lightweight Colt 1911 series pistol with wrap-around, front activation laser sight, gives shooters increased accuracy and confidence in […]

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Colt Gold Cup National Match Competition – Redefined Gold Cup

January 7, 2012

  Colt’s Manufacturing Company LLC, celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, is proud to announce the new Colt® Gold Cup® National Match®; currently shipping to distributors across the United States. This match-grade target pistol is the newest to come from Colt’s timeless Gold Cup Series of competition firearms. With Colt’s inherent use of high quality […]

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G&A Accuracy Test: Today’s Model 1911

December 29, 2011

Guns and Ammo just posted an interesting comparision of 1911 accuaracy. Below is the first page and here is a link to the 7 page article in it’s entirety. Enjoy   Accuracy in a pistol can’t be judged easily; the uses to which it could be put create too many competing mandates that would be […]

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November 30, 2011

This falls into the category of “Why didn’t I think of that?”. I am a very big advocate of flat wire springs in AR-15’s, AR-10; and LR-308’s. In the previously mentioned rifles the flat wire springs allow for a longer and softer travel of the recoil system. It simply works well.  I have no doubt […]

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Para USA 1911 Black Ops Announced

November 4, 2011

  PARA USA announced today, a new series of 1911 style pistols designed for tactical operators working on covert assignments. The new BLACK OPS pistols feature PARA’s new all black bonded PK2 finish. This tough new finish is non-reflective and extremely durable. Even the match grade barrel sports the new finish. Former U.S. Army Sergeant […]

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How do I know which trigger will work best for me?

October 22, 2011

Wilson Combat sent this out in an email and I thought it would be helpful to visitors here.   Getting the right length pad on your 1911 trigger helps mate your finger to your trigger so that you move the trigger straight back without disrupting the sights. Ideally, when you grip your 1911, the middle […]

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