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so glad you're posting more of your work...i love seeing what you do.

may i ask, on the most recent post of the old Colt that required micro welding....was it not possible to silver solder a correction much as you've shown on the too deep Bomar case?

i love learning about this


The slide will be blued. So it was welded up with material that will blue the same as the slide. Silver solder will not blue. Also the repair like youíre discussing above wasnít really the right answer for this particular job.


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Now its machined for a Wilson/Nowlin ramped barrel.


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I am back in the shop full time now so Iíll be getting caught back up quickly. I spent the last 15 months only working weekends in my shop which is why I was getting behind.

Barrel fitting week.
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So, how far are you backed up?
This picture reminded me of a guy I referred to you a couple of weeks ago. Sounded like a newbee. Said he has a STI bare frame and wants it built and completed. I saw him the other day. He said he was quoted $xxx and two years for turnaround!
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Not sure Iíve ever quoted anyone 2 years on anything. So not sure he emailed me. This is not his.

Depends on the job for how far Iím backlogged.


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So I will now share my Brett Cifaldi story.

I bought a Colt 1911 from the 1970's, full size. Had feeding issues and he trigger was sloppy at best.

I took it to Brett, cause I live 30 minutes away, and we discussed what it needed, what I wanted. This is a pistol for my 2 yr old grandson when grandpa is long gone. so I wanted it to be better than new, look like new and fire every thing I threw at it.

Did a few packages with bluing at the end of everything. It came back on budget, super important.
and it came back looking better than it left Colt.

I was at odds as whether or not to fire the pistol, since it was pristine...……..
Talked my son who basically quoted me...…………….a weapon you have never fired is not to be trusted, no matter how nice it looks.

So I took a few of my 1911's to the range, A TRP, A Thunder Ranch and of course the Colt 1911.

Before Brett touched it, the Colt was good at 15 yards if it feed the round, (had an issue with certain mages and ammo according to the gun experts on the range)…..the accuracy was similar to a six shooter I had 40 years ago.


But AFTER! Wow
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and accurate as the TRP or Thunder Ranch and I used all different mags. some cheap, some factory and of course Wilson Combat.

It only took a few months, like 6 or 7, although it felt like two years, cause I have the patience of a 2 yr old.

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Hey Brett, really enjoy seeing your work.. I emailed you a few weeks ago for a quote but haven't heard anything. Are your books closed?
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Hey Brett, really enjoy seeing your work.. I emailed you a few weeks ago for a quote but haven't heard anything. Are your books closed?


I apologize. I have been heavily distracted the last 15 months helping a buddy with his business. I am done with that now and back to smithing full time (Mon-Fri). So if I missed your email I apologize. I would appreciate it if you could just forward it to me again and Iíll get to it this week.


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So I will now share my Brett Cifaldi story.

I bought a Colt 1911 from the 1970's, full size. Had feeding issues and he trigger was sloppy at best.

I took it to Brett, cause I live 30 minutes away, and we discussed what it needed, what I wanted. This is a pistol for my 2 yr old grandson when grandpa is long gone. so I wanted it to be better than new, look like new and fire every thing I threw at it.

Did a few packages with bluing at the end of everything. It came back on budget, super important.
and it came back looking better than it left Colt.

I was at odds as whether or not to fire the pistol, since it was pristine...ÖÖ..
Talked my son who basically quoted me...ÖÖÖÖÖ.a weapon you have never fired is not to be trusted, no matter how nice it looks.

So I took a few of my 1911's to the range, A TRP, A Thunder Ranch and of course the Colt 1911.

Before Brett touched it, the Colt was good at 15 yards if it feed the round, (had an issue with certain mages and ammo according to the gun experts on the range)Ö..the accuracy was similar to a six shooter I had 40 years ago.


But AFTER! Wow
tight
and accurate as the TRP or Thunder Ranch and I used all different mags. some cheap, some factory and of course Wilson Combat.

It only took a few months, like 6 or 7, although it felt like two years, cause I have the patience of a 2 yr old.

If you want a pistol that shoots better than you do, Brett is the MAN!


Thank you sir. I am very glad you shot it also! Will taught me a pretty gun isnít worth anything if it isnít mechanically sound. So thatís always my first goal. Reliable, accurate and pretty. In that order!


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I apologize. I have been heavily distracted the last 15 months helping a buddy with his business. I am done with that now and back to smithing full time (Mon-Fri). So if I missed your email I apologize. I would appreciate it if you could just forward it to me again and Iíll get to it this week.

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Not sure Iíve ever quoted anyone 2 years on anything. So not sure he emailed me. This is not his.

Depends on the job for how far Iím backlogged.


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Brett can make your old 1911 shine again. I had a full custom 1911 loaded 9mm from him and its the only gun I shoot the most and I even sold my STI Costa optic-Carry Comp. when my funding is ready, my next SA 9mm Lipsey's Combat Operator would be shipped to him.
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Some better pics now that the jobs done. Rust pitting restoration work.


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Thanks again Brett. I never thought I'd ever get that thing out of the safe again. Looks amazing. Here's what it looked like before I tried to clean it up myself.
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Some guns fight you every inch of the way. This Colt has been one of those.

The barrel is now properly fit and timed. It required the VIS to be cut and a new bow tie cut accomplished.




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Brett, just wanted to say WOW, I can’t believe how SWEET the trigger job turned out on my 10mm. Can’t wait to see how my Ruger turns out! You’re the best! THANK YOU!
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Brett, just wanted to say WOW, I canít believe how SWEET the trigger job turned out on my 10mm. Canít wait to see how my Ruger turns out! Youíre the best! THANK YOU!
( is that my new sear in the photo 2 posts up?)


Yes I believe it was. I did 3 trigger jobs in a row. They all come out looking like that when I do them.

I work in groups. For instance Iím doing barrel fits right now. Have 4 of them to do.


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Colts, what can I say? From the factory they have a ome of the worst lines and require the most work.




Flush cut

And crowned.



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Wowzers! Very nice work sir!!
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That's some nice work Brett. That Colt is coming along nicely.
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I am fairly certain Colt hires blind people when it comes to straight lines.

They are notorious for not having straight lines. This line where the flat turns into the top round at the end takes a hard upward turn. You can see it much better in the bottom pic as the slide pic is not on an angle.

You can also see in the first pic the deep machining gouge done in the stirrup cut which is now the ball cut. Iím working through that because itís part of my work in the ball cut now.




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Probably wasn’t laying flat when they sent it through the surface grinder.
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Probably wasnít laying flat when they sent it through the surface grinder.


Very common with Colts


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Sadly this colt also had some rust pitting to go along with its not so pleasant lines.



Thatís all being addressed through some elbow grease. Nearly there.



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Back to the colt slide.

Manufacturers use sand blasting to hide machine marks and imperfections. Itís heavy and does a good job at hiding it. So do these thicker coatings like cerakotw. When we start getting into where we will hard chrome a slide or frame, prep work has to be done to fix not hide all these issues which means I need to find them. Glass media blast shows everything!

Colt is notorious for hand finishing their slides and frames on a buffer which is where the lines become crooked.


Some very obvious low spots.



After a ton of hand sanding and elbow grease the low spot is a lot better but still obviously low when the marker isnít being taken off.

I was finally able to get it all flat, rust pitting gone and straighten the lines, and finished with a matte top and brushed sides. This will be going to hard chrome.



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It's too hard to tell from those tiny pictures you posted Brett.
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It's too hard to tell from those tiny pictures you posted Brett.


Iím guessing their huge? Hahaha Iím using Tapatalk on my phone. Sorry lol


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I definitely sent my Colt to the right place. Slide work looks great.
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Hey Brett quick question, can you micro weld stainless easily or is it more a carbon steel prospect?
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WOW! Much improvement from when I was over to pick up my Ruger. Owner should be happy. Very nice work! Thank you!
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Hey Brett quick question, can you micro weld stainless easily or is it more a carbon steel prospect?

I donít weld. I send it out to be done. When I was discussing with the welder (he does a lot of firearms for big name smiths) he said yes to stainless and carbon. I did have a stainless frame welded for a slide to frame fit.


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Again, Nicely Done!! Must be tough truing up the sides without wiping out the rollmarks.
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Again, Nicely Done!! Must be tough truing up the sides without wiping out the rollmarks.


Thank you. Just a lot of elbow grease and patients with a little know how.


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Trying to get this gun finished up before the end of the year. Some builds just donít go smoothly and while this one has not thankfully all the build is going together well.

Barrel 1 of 2 fit and timed, tomorrow the other barrel will be fit and timed and hopefully into the trigger job.




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OMG! How big and close can you get?

I think I identified Staphylococcus epidermidis on your finger.

Nothing to worry about.

But I also saw some Staphylococcus aureus nearby. So you'll want to keep a close eye on that.

If I'm not mistaken, there's also too many carbon molecules in that barrel.
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