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Relieving the VIS to bring the impact of the lower lugs higher.

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Timing required a little relief on the back of the lower lugs to allow proper downlink to unlock.




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All these pictures of fine craftsmanship made me want to get a 1911!!
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Relieving the VIS to bring the impact of the lower lugs higher.

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My Sig TTT has that same milling to ensure VIS on the high area on back of barrel feet.
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Hard to get good pics on my phone, but i recently modified the frame to be a shorter doublestack. Mods included 100% polymer frame exchange. Also chopped the barrel to 4.02" and got rid of the silly hammer and safety.
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One of you guys here in this thread should buy my Caspian frame and send it to this fine and excellent gunsmith for a full build.
It can be sent as a single shot break top. So no travel to me...Just need a FFL willing to accept SSE2.
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But, it is a great idea to get your own custom build ground up.

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I've been doing a lot of gunsmith fit barrels so that's all I have pics of right now.


Customer sent me this Kimber TLE/RL to have a new barrel fit. The great thing is he also wants a lot more work. So there will be more pics of things to come very soon.


Using some cold blue to find the high spots when doing the final hand fit on the hood length (locking in the top lugs).


Hoods been cut to width and top lugs to length, time to ensure level on the fixture and start working the bottom lugs.




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Knocking down those sharp edges on the slide and softening any sharp edges on the ejection port for the carry bevel package.


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Knocking down those sharp edges on the slide and softening any sharp edges on the ejection port for the carry bevel package.


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Nice work! Out of curiosity, what are you using to knock the edges off? Is this done with sandpaper?


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Very good craftsmanship! Looks like you have been working on 1911's for quite some time.
Where/when/with whom did you apprentice?
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Very good craftsmanship! Looks like you have been working on 1911's for quite some time.
Where/when/with whom did you apprentice?


I apprenticed under Will O'Hara. Thank you for the compliment.


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Nice work! Out of curiosity, what are you using to knock the edges off? Is this done with sandpaper?





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File and then clean any "machining" or file marks with sand paper to different degrees based on the desired outcome. For instance the slide face and back is very different than the ejection port and trigger guard.


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Some before and after pics.

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Milling slides today.





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That's awesome! Can you post left side of slide pics with the beveling?
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That's one gun. Did 3 today and all 3 I did slightly different.


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I always enjoy customer feedback and comments. "I don't want to jinx it but wanted u to know gun shoots perfect and I've run probably 1500 rds through it and no malfunctions. Could not be happier. Thank you!" #customerfeedback #cifaldiprecision #gunsmith #pistolsmith #machinist #custom1911



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That looks nice and unique. Excellent work.
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Another one I did the slide on yesterday. This one is a little different than the springfield.



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Back to the Kimber TLE/RL


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Doing trigger jobs. Target weight was 4.5Lbs


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Is that with stock disconnector, sear and hammer?
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No I used cylinder and slide sear disco and hammer. I do use OEM parts often but prefer not to.

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So far I've only had one bad MIM sear from Springfield that wouldn't hold the stoned edge. My RO and LT 1911s in 9mm have 2.5 lbs using all the stock parts. I do like the C&S kits as they are superb in quality.
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So far I've only had one bad MIM sear from Springfield that wouldn't hold the stoned edge. My RO and LT 1911s in 9mm have 2.5 lbs using all the stock parts. I do like the C&S kits as they are superb in quality.


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Little trucks to help you put your gun back together.


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Not sure how to download the video I took directly to my Instagram page so here is a link to how a properly fit thumb safety should look with the detent removed.

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Really enjoy your photo updates to this thread. But I am really looking forward to looking at the progress of my build when you get to it!

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Really enjoy your photo updates to this thread. But I am really looking forward to looking at the progress of my build when you get to it!

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So far I've only had one bad MIM sear from Springfield that wouldn't hold the stoned edge. My RO and LT 1911s in 9mm have 2.5 lbs using all the stock parts. I do like the C&S kits as they are superb in quality.
I agree, that's what I put in my DW Valor.
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I decided to give Brett my blued, 30+ year SA 1911 for a face lift and some updating. When I purchased this gun many years back, I initially had Bolsa Gunsmithing install a Barsto barrel and perform a nice trigger job. I really didn't shoot it much after the modification and it just sat in the safe while I moved on to other interests.

I finally decided to give some attention to the SA and will have Brett perform the following:

Blended deluxe grip safety
Counter sunk slide release and detent
Carry bevel-dehorn
Checker front strap 25 lpi and undercut trigger guard
Smith and Alexander scalloped/blended magwell
Fit EGW bushing
Fit new EGW trigger
Novak cut front sight
Novak cut rear for EGW Silverline rear sight
Fit and tune new HD EGW extractor
Fit and tube single side EGW thumb safety
Blend rear of frame
Flush cut and crown barrel to bushing
Ball cut slide
Install Challis grip bushings
Blue entire gun with polished flats

Looking forward to this project when my turn in line finally comes.....

MV, I also really enjoy your build threads and your attention to detail. Have followed your posts here as well as the 1911 forums, keep up the impressive work!

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I decided to give Brett my blued, 30+ year SA 1911 for a face lift and some updating. When I purchased this gun many years back, I initially had Bolsa Gunsmithing install a Barsto barrel and perform a nice trigger job. I really didn't shoot it much after the modification and it just sat in the safe while I moved on to other interests.

I finally decided to give some attention to the SA and will have Brett perform the following:

Blended deluxe grip safety
Counter sunk slide release and detent
Carry bevel-dehorn
Checker front strap 25 lpi and undercut trigger guard
Smith and Alexander scalloped/blended magwell
Fit EGW bushing
Fit new EGW trigger
Novak cut front sight
Novak cut rear for EGW Silverline rear sight
Fit and tune new HD EGW extractor
Fit and tube single side EGW thumb safety
Blend rear of frame
Flush cut and crown barrel to bushing
Ball cut slide
Install Challis grip bushings
Blue entire gun with polished flats

Looking forward to this project when my turn in line finally comes.....

MV, I also really enjoy your build threads and your attention to detail. Have followed your posts here as well as the 1911 forums, keep up the impressive work!

Jason

I work on several guns at the same time based on how my work space is set up (i.e. Is the mill head tilted for machine beveling the bottom end he of the slide, am I fitting barrels or doing trigger jobs etc). So even though there are a few guns ahead of you and your gun is a big job I will be starting work on it this week. Just FYI.


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