Like everyone else has said shoot the gun to a reasonable break-in point and then decide what the gun needs; it's possible your gun won't need anything at all. My opinion is if the gun performs reliably then don't change a thing. What I've noticed, especially with studying people's experiences with 1911's, is that these guns are finicky and become even more so once you start trying to trick it out to make it better-sort of like a car.
On my RIA 'Tac, I've only put 200 rounds through it and I'm still experiencing malfunctions, but if everything settles down I will leave it alone except changing out those worthless wanna-be Novak-style sights...
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Last edited by myk; 02-08-2013 at 12:16 AM..