This is a discussion on 1911 SA Micro...my lil pain within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Good luck with that....
Good luck with that.
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Glad you have that back - and hope it will run perfect for you.
Well I take an armorer to be someone well versed in a gun's manual of arms and all its component parts. He will replace one for one any part and be able to fine tune aspects.would a armorer or a gunsmith had worked on it? and what is the difference?
The gunsmith tho is the guy who can probably do all that - plus - he can make parts if needed - machine dovetails for sights etc - he is top of the heap I'd say - which is not to do down a skilled armorer!!
Your gun could have been worked on primarily by an armorer but perhaps a bit of smithing done too.
Only my $/50
Chris - P95
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