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Series 60 Colt slide...

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Chie, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. Chie

    Chie

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    Hi fellas,

    How much do you think i should cough up for a series 60 colt slide, its for a 38 super ;) just incase i get bitten by the bug and decide to go open!

    tia,

    Chie
     
  2. Chie,

    That's a very old slide if it is really a Colt Series 60 slide. Roughly 40 years old. I would have it examined very carefully by a competent gunsmith before I buy it if I were you.

    You know, wear and tear, metal fatigue, etc.

    Even if it's Aok and certified by a gunsmith, I would still have some second thoughts putting it in an open gun. :)
     


  3. I agree with Django. I think you would be better off getting a brand new ARMSCOR 9mm slide if you are on a budget or a norinco. Remember that a .38super has a higher presure than a .45cal round. There two areas you need to check. The breachface and the barrel "lug" grooves for pitting and wear. Last but not the least is the slide rails for cracks and wear. Check it if its still thick and hasnt been peened. :cool:
     
  4. Chie

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  5. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Are you planning to convert your Standard gun to Open? ;f
     
  6. Chie

    Chie

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    planning too sir batang instead of getting another pistol ;f
     
  7. Eye Cutter

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    Dr. B. Eye
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    anybody tried using this red dot? meron available sa PB. it's smaller than the OKO. pwede na ito for an open pistol project
     
  8. Chie

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    si doc talaga ang galing mang demonyo! ;f
     
  9. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Doc, tamang tama rin yan sa glock ni Taurus. Buyuin mo na. ;f
     
  10. Eye Cutter

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    Dr. B. Eye
    Hakko Panorama red dot. Japanese brand pero made in China. well, lahat naman dun na gawa e.

    konting buyo na lang bibigay na mga yan! hahahaha! pati si mco tignan mo, mapapaisip yan!

    hahaha! ;e
     
  11. Sir kung dirt cheap ay kunin mo na pero kung hindi malayo ang presyo sa OKO or C-more ay I would go for the later. Kung tawagin yan dito ay "airsoft specials" same factory(I heard) na pinang-galingan ng BSA and other low end optics. The outside features looks deceiving but Im telling you talo asar lang kayo sa kaka zero nyan. If PB will give you a 30day money back guaranty eh subukan nyo din.;f
     
  12. OrlyBrown

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    Kamusta Kabayan, magandang umaga/gabi sa lahat.. DocEC, I been using a hakko sight for over a year on both my open gun, nothing wrong w/ it, still hold zero. Look to me that the pix you posted is not a Hakko sight but a clone from china. I wish I could attach some pix of my sight but I don't how..
     
  13. Eye Cutter

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    o, ayan, meron na first hand experience with the hakko panorama! all you need now is to get a mount! kayang-kaya gumawa ni TP niyan!

    bilisan niyo na! tagal naman! hahahaha!

    ;e