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Milspec upgrades...

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by MBG20, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. MBG20

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    MEU(SOC) inspired...still need a 3 hole trigger,pachmayer grips, and probably a flat mainspring housing...fitted S&A beavertail, ed brown tactical safety...put in the berry hill ring hammer/ultimate ignition set...ran about 40 rds through it and everything seems to function as it should...

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  2. ronin.45

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    Good start! Sounds like it's coming right along. Keep us posted as you do your upgrades.
     

  3. MBG20

    MBG20

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    got the pachmayrs on there...extended mag release and some hex grip screws are on the way....and a 3 hole trigger whenever their off backorder....

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  4. looking good man! I love the ring hammer. If it was mine, I would get the flat MSH, match medium trigger and 10-8 NM rear sight. but thats just me. good job!
     
  5. chuckman

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    Why the three-hole trigger? The MEU(SOC) I had didn't have it. In fact, I don't recall seeing any of the issued ones with a three-hole trigger.
     
  6. glock2740

    glock2740 Gun lover.

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    Looks good. Let us see it when you're done. I bet it turns out nice.
     
  7. MBG20

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    all the pictures i have seen have 3 hole?

    thanks guys!
     
  8. chuckman

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    OK. I have seen the pics from gunsmiths with that trigger, but the one I had shot I was a corpsman didn't have it, that's why I was asking.
     
  9. seamaster

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    I have the same gun. So far I changed to a long trigger and a flat mainspring housing. The trigger was a learning experience and in the future I might buy a better quality part. I'm dryfiring (with an O-ring) the heck out of it and it's getting smoother.

    These sure are fun guns to own!