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Shoot at least 500 rounds through it first, then decide what you don't like and want to improve.Regarding vintage 1911s, pre-1970 pistols are highly collectible in original, unaltered condition and should NEVER be refinished or modified as it completely ruins their monetary value.I have mailed my papers stating I cant work to the case manager.I have requested a copy of my file from the attorney so that I can see what is going on - but like always I am getting no answers or replies from the attorney. However I spotted a decent one in a pawn shop a few years ago, and decided I needed to go ahead and scratch the itch. If I'm not mistaken the most sought-after ones had stocks in a color called Seneca Green, made only during the first few years of production.Avoid the temptation to replace everything on your brand-new 1911 just to make it "better". You may spend a lot of money fixing things that weren't broken to begin with.
Regarding vintage 1911s, pre-1970 pistols are highly collectible in original, unaltered condition and should NEVER be refinished or modified as it completely ruins their monetary value. I picked up a sweet Savage/Stevens single shot 20ga (early 50's I think) a couple of years ago with their plastic stock (which is unbelievably good condition IMO) for the WHOPPING price of .00, person-person sale at that so no waiting for a background check. Was there a Remington 66 with factory mounted scope?
Like the article mentioned Nylon 66's are notorious for flexing and causing a change in zero, even if you simply hold it too aggressively.
__________________ "Believe nothing just because a so-called wise person said it.
Believe nothing just because someone else believes it.
Believe only what you yourself test and judge to be true." -- Buddha I wanted one as a teenager, but received a Ruger 10/22 for Xmas instead (not that I'm complaining).
When i was a teen, all my love affairs had an unhappy ending.