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Re: 1911 porn

You're looking at a stainless Wilson Combat trigger, competition hammer, and smooth carbon fiber grips. You can't see the new sear and hammer strut.

The trigger took a good bit of filing on the bow, It was a little to tall, and a hair to wide. The sear has a little more meat on the safety block side than the original as well. I don't know howmany of you, if any, remember my issue with the safety, but my original safety was a ground a little much and allowed enough slack in the sear movement to drop the hammer if yoi handled it enough. I was able to do minor trimming to the original and make it work with the new sear. I had replaced it already and was not able to use the tight fitting replacement.

Other than those 2, everything else fit in there like it was suppose to.
 

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Really nice gun !! The grips are smooth, but almost have a snake skin look to them.....what are they?
 

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Carbon fiber

The pics don't do them justice. The CF is made from fiberglass looking mat stuff that's weaved very tightly, but instead of fiberglass, it's a type carbon strands with loads of epoxy.

The pictures really don't do them justice ...
 

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Vary nice Flyer I'm a 1911 fan and yours looks great. Good job :)
 

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Thanks , I didn't know what they were....but they look great !!
 

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I gave them just under 200 bucks for all that stuff. The grips were about half of it.

The sear had a little more meat on it where the safety engages it, so I took my old safety and ground a little more off it to make it work.
 
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