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Thumb safety was poorly contoured.
The plunger tube was not tight against the frame.
Ejector was not pinned.
Internally I found that the lube had congealed to a sticky gunk.
Feed ramp was shallow.
No vertical impact surface relief cut.
Breechface allowed empty cases to be pushed upwards far enough to miss the ejector.
I enlarged the ejector channel and fabricated a much larger ejector to guarantee ejection.
Sear face was rough and only contacting one hammer hook.
Lower corner of extractor hook was over radiused.
The S&A magwell protruded quite a bit from the rear of the frame.
I machined off the original checkering making it flush,
and then recheckered it.
Some very nice gun porn you have there, sir!
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I am speechless! That is just gorgeous! Thanks for the photos.
I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it.
I love Tiberius/Maggie.
Very beautiful. Nice work!
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Fantastic! That puppy sure did need a lot of work. Amazing checkering jig that you have there.
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Beautiful work. Looks like a total rebuild. The TRP is a $1,500 pistol. How did it leave Springfield as such a total out of spec lemon?
Too pretty to shoot. 2 Thumbs up!
Wow is all I can say.
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As usual, great work.
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I enjoy watching an artist at his profession. How did SA let that one out the door? How common are issues like these out in the wild?