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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by GSX-MAN, Feb 23, 2012.
Picked up the gun tonight:
I shot it yesterday and I'm quite pleased. It cycles the Sellier & Bellot 230 grain ball ammo flawlessly and makes pretty decent groups. But with the factory sight, it's damn near impossible to quickly pick up a target. So they're definitely a goner. The trigger's too short as well.
Next stop: new sights and trigger.
Norinco's make great starter guns for full house builds.
Since the barrels seems decent, I was thinking about having it nitride coated in black. Blak slide and barrel, olive drab frame, making it look a bit like a Springfield Operator.
And yes, it seems to get more and more like a full house build. Slide, frame and barrel could very well be the only remaining parts when I'm done.
Work in progress, my new grips andmainspring housing arrived yesterday:
It's about ready now. What do you think?
Now that is a useful 1911! Very nice. Well done!
That looks great!
I just won a Norinco,it's going ta be my 1 total custom build.'08.
And here's a better picture.
Now for real
It came out really nice.
Thanks, guys. It shoots great as well.