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Firing Pin Question

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by cray2751, Dec 8, 2010.


  1. cray2751

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    Firing pins are drop in parts as long as you get the correct size right? So, if I need a firing pin for a Baer as long as it is a .067 it doesnt need to be "fitted" to my gun right? Its for my Baer Custom Carry. I just called Baer and ordered another one. Just wanted to make sure that it should be a drop in Baer gun and Baer FP should all mat together right?
     

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  2. Quack

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  3. cray2751

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    Thanks Quack. Sounds like I should be gtg.
     
  4. PlasticGuy

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    Yeah, just make sure you get the 9mm version. Sounds like you already know that though. If so, you're good.
     
  5. cray2751

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    Yeah. I figured call Baer and make sure I was getting the right thing. I also couldnt see something like a fp needing to be fitted but hey, You never know.
     
  6. BOGE

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    I'd sure test fire it before CCW, if it's indeed your CCW.
     
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