Do Your Own 1911 Gunsmithing

Do Your Own 1911 Gunsmithing

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    Thumbs up Do Your Own 1911 Gunsmithing

    Follow this link to BLINDHOGG.
    You really can fit your own 1911 barrel or ejector or extractor or whatever with a bit of help from the Blind Hogg.
    This guy has been around for a long time...but, STRANGE!!! I searched our forum for Blind Hog BLINDHOGG Blindhog & came up empty.


    Anyway here is the Home Gun Smithing Link To Blindhogg.
    CLICK HERE TO MESS UP YOUR PISTOL...ONLY KIDDING...CLICK HERE.

    Some things you can do EASILY...like fit an extractor or ejector ~ Some more complicated stuff...Like milling a BoMar Rear (Of Course) you'll need a milling machine, etc.


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    QK: Thanks for posting this.

    This is awesome!

    I have bookmarked this site.


    When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains,
    And the women come out to cut up what remains,
    Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
    And go to your God like a soldier.

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    that is a good site i refer to it a bunch ... gonna come in handy when i comp my springfield

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    That site is great. Thanks for finding and posting the link.
    I've been tinkering with 1911's for a few years now. That site will be a big help.

    If you are going to work on 1911's, another good resource are those .45 auto shop manuals by Jerry Kuhnhausen, volumes I and II. They are the bibles of 1911 gunsmithing. Do a search for "Jerry Kuhnhausen" on google and you will find many websites selling his manuals.
    "EVERYONE is operating with only partial information" :hand27:
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    I got both of jerrys manuals any other recommendations?

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    Great QK! A most valuable resource.
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    is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."


    http://www.rkba-2a.com/ - a portal for 2A links, articles and some videos.

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