If it is a Taurus is a series 80. Remove the slide on any brand and look for firing pin plunger on underside of slide and safety levers in the frame.
What Oso said.If it is a Taurus is a series 80. Remove the slide on any brand and look for firing pin plunger on underside of slide and safety levers in the frame.
UMMMM???Thanks guys I tried pulling the trigger on both my 1911's in the half cocked position and neither one would fire I'll try to remember where I read that. I'm still new to these pistols and just trying to learn as much as I can about them and was usual you guys came through Thanks again
Thanks for taking the time and effort to make that post there are a lot of great people on this sight I've always got great feedback from the people on TA I'm sure glad to have found this sight Thanks againUMMMM???J
Possibly a para LDA (Light Double Action??
I don't have one of those but would suspect that IF it has a half Cock then it should raise and drop the hammer?
these aren't 1911 of course but shows the same basic Firing pin block.
the EAA Witness in the top picture is a so called series 80, see the little button (in the slide near the rear?)
the second picture is of the CZ Shadow -2 , which is a series 70 , it has no such block as its a competition designed weapon.
notice no button on the underside of the slide.
hope this helps.