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Wow! That's thin.
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Wow! That's thin.


.110 is about the thinnest you should safely go.


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Yeah, wouldn't have expected that from aN expensive pistol.
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My Dan Wesson Valor shot the same (in my hands) accuracy-wise as my LB Premier 1.5", but it is much smoother mechanically. LB pistols have a die hard fan club, but I'm not convinced based on what I've seen and measured on their pistols. That "bank vault" lock up tends to be more of a problem than an advantage.
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My Dan Wesson Valor shot the same (in my hands) accuracy-wise as my LB Premier 1.5", but it is much smoother mechanically. LB pistols have a die hard fan club, but I'm not convinced based on what I've seen and measured on their pistols. That "bank vault" lock up tends to be more of a problem than an advantage.


I do a hard lock up on fit barrels as well unless customer asks that I don't (I ask). It loosens up after a few rounds. Heck it loosens up after some hand cycling. I test fire everything with several mags first, it has to have zero problems before it's going out the door.

The issues is they always loosen up so you try to make it tight enough it loosens to perfect and not less or more. The Les Baers are a little to much imho.


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The issues is they always loosen up so you try to make it tight enough it loosens to perfect and not less or more. The Les Baers are a little to much imho.

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I was reading on 1911 forum that one guy pre-peens the locking lug, hitting a spare barrel down (with slide upside down) and foward while it is in lockup. He hammers it on rhe bottom lug so it slams into the locking lug.

Then he fits a barrel for a tight fit. He claims he continues to have a tight fit after many of rounds. Many disagreed, but he was adamant that his pistols continue to deliver ridiculous groups after thousands of rounds
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My Dan Wesson Valor shot the same (in my hands) accuracy-wise as my LB Premier 1.5", but it is much smoother mechanically. LB pistols have a die hard fan club, but I'm not convinced based on what I've seen and measured on their pistols. That "bank vault" lock up tends to be more of a problem than an advantage.
I'm not convinced either. I think there is way too much marketing hype about super tight slide fits. They advertise that to save work and not to lap the slide to frame. The results, you have to call bubba over to rack your 1911 slide for you cause it is so tight it feels like a misfit. Nighthawks and other brands shoot very accurately, as good as a Baer, but have a nice fitting and you do not need to strain to rack the gun.
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I'm not convinced either. I think there is way too much marketing hype about super tight slide fits. They advertise that to save work and not to lap the slide to frame. The results, you have to call bubba over to rack your 1911 slide for you cause it is so tight it feels like a misfit. Nighthawks and other brands shoot very accurately, as good as a Baer, but have a nice fitting and you do not need to strain to rack the gun.


It's actually harder and more work to make the slide to frame that right than to make it looser.

Been to busy to post lately. Finally have some time.
Working on a magwell blend. This magwell was already hand fitted to a tight fit so it can't turn it twist then the gaps were closed up and MSH hole relocated to keep the magwell tight to the frame.

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Brett, why don't you blend the front? I think it would look even better than it does now.
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Brett, why don't you blend the front? I think it would look even better than it does now.


It's a case-by-case basis on that one it has everything to do with the thickness of the frame wall and if the mag well will allow it the way it meets the frame


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It's a case-by-case basis on that one it has everything to do with the thickness of the frame wall and if the mag well will allow it the way it meets the frame


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I don't have your experience so I cannot argue, but from the picture (last one) it looks like it should blend well.

Again, this is not an argument. Just showing how I did my friend's.

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I know it is not perfect and you can do better which is why I am saying it would look awesome, IMHO.

I am talking about the steps on the sides of the magazine foot notch.

I pretty much try to get rid of those steps now. Here is one without a magwell. Work in progress



I just like that there are fewer sharp edges on the bottom.
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When I can I do. But if I would have tried to do that on this one it would have ended poorly. The frame was hand blended before and the thickness wasn't there.


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Freshly fitted Kart barrel needed throating.

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Brett,

This is Jerry, #2 on your list (hahaha). Is this the "premium" magwell fit you were describing?

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So this is in the shop for a Beavertail and trigger job.



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Is that 7" of fun?

It should look so much better with a nicely fitted BTGS
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It should look so much better with a nicely fitted BTGS


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This didn't seem to fit



So I did a thing.




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wow the work here is awesome. I'm looking forward to the time your workload lightens up for new work.
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Converted the mil spec that I just bobbed to a beaver tail.







Removed all machining marks and cut the factory grips to match the bob and viola. Ready for the customer to pick up and take to have ceracoated.






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It is milspec no more. Nicely done.
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Nice work. Why cerakote now? Need Novak or Heinie sights.
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Nice work. Why cerakote now? Need Novak or Heinie sights.


Beats me. Customer sent me a mil spec and asked that I did those two things to it. Nothing more. Needs a lot of things now heh.

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Maybe you can advise him against refinishing and shoot as is while he's saving funds for the sights, dovetail work, checkering front strap, match barrel, blending back of slide to frame.
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I see several things I'd do before refinishing also... He is going to spend money twice or more for no reason... A nice park job would protect the pistol just fine and look good until more funds are available for other things to be done...
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Customer gets what customer wants. I also see things I would want done in those pictures, but if the customer doesn't want to get them done, they don't get done. Too bad though.
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Not getting certain things done is fine, but to spend the money to cerakote it now is, well, it's his money...
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We are all assuming they will ever get more done. Some may not. Others definitely will. I'd do a gunsmith fit barrel, high ride thumb safety, trigger job, ball cuts and a French line. Then matte finish the gun with a satin finish slide sides and hot blue it. Simple and elegant.

But when I asked do you plan to change the thumb safety he said no. I explained that the grip safety is fit to the OD of the thumb safety pin and again he replied nope, not changing it. Ok then.


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We are all assuming they will ever get more done. Some may not. Others definitely will. I'd do a gunsmith fit barrel, high ride thumb safety, trigger job, ball cuts and a French line. Then matte finish the gun with a satin finish slide sides and hot blue it. Simple and elegant.

But when I asked do you plan to change the thumb safety he said no. I explained that the grip safety is fit to the OD of the thumb safety pin and again he replied nope, not changing it. Ok then.


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Most folks think they are giving one or two when they see the itemized charges of the parts and fees.

I do understand how it feels as I've been at both ends. When I worked at a gunshop most folks wanting to customize their guns don't know the process so we lay out options.
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We are all assuming they will ever get more done. Some may not. Others definitely will. I'd do a gunsmith fit barrel, high ride thumb safety, trigger job, ball cuts and a French line. Then matte finish the gun with a satin finish slide sides and hot blue it. Simple and elegant.

But when I asked do you plan to change the thumb safety he said no. I explained that the grip safety is fit to the OD of the thumb safety pin and again he replied nope, not changing it. Ok then.


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I would add:

blending of the rear of the slide
Flare ejection port
Front strap checkering (to match MSH)
Definitely sights as mentioned above... novak cut instead of the staked front opens a world of options.
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blending of the rear of the slide

Flare ejection port

Front strap checkering (to match MSH)

Definitely sights as mentioned above... novak cut instead of the staked front opens a world of options.


To me the blending of the slide and ejection port are automatic when doing a full build but good pointing those out, I should have.


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Was not a very exciting day in regards to pictures. Did a couple trigger jobs and then fit a new ambi safety. I did contour the thumb safety to the lines of the frame so here's a picture of that.




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250 radius EGW beaver tail on an AMT hardballer. First gotta make it fit. Then I'll worry about the blend.








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Looks like it fits.

Might be better to blend the bottom in depressed position and top in released position.
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