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Author:  Canadianguy [ Thu Nov 06, 2014 3:40 pm ]
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Did you do the Blackwater yet?I was wondering how polish to get into the 3 holes in the trigger?I so want to go for it but I remember what happen to a Steel Force! ha ah......This isn't as hard either so what's my problem lol.....i'll do it!

Author:  silentman [ Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:59 pm ]
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Work is in progress, 8)
- dismantle = done
- deciding what to do = done
- sanding = done (400, 1000, 1500 grit)
- polishing = slide done
small pieces done
at this time main frame 80% done
cleaning, lubing, re-assembling and pictures if not friday, will be sunday (maybe :?: ).

Dreamel is working hard :lol: .

''I was wondering how polish to get into the 3 holes in the trigger?'' you ask.

Leaving the trigger as it is for the moment, as for the barrel and ejection port to. Can change my mind anytime :wink:

Had a problem to take out the rear pin screw that hold the trigger mechanism on the main frame (it also hold the safe lever).

Author:  silentman [ Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:21 pm ]
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Done 8) , had a problem on re-assembly of the flat spring on the back, didn't want to stay in position :evil: but finaly convince it to stay :twisted: . Now I can relaxe :drinkers: . Couple of pictures 8) , I must say that the quality of the metal of the slide is hard to make it shine like chrome, I'm not completely satisfied but overall it still look great. Happy of final result.

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Author:  silentman [ Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:29 pm ]
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Only if you like'd the first 3... :D Also I may transfer the pearl grip :?: , or if I can convince myself to :idea: make a set. I left small pieces to original color (brownish black) just to have some contrast so grip is kind of matching the rest... :?

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Author:  Canadianguy [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 10:29 pm ]
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Those look great!Great Job!

Author:  Canadianguy [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:41 am ]
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I was thinking of doing the trigger but I'm glad I remembered that I need to sand those holes to,so I left it alone until I figure how to sand them.I didn't want the gun apart waiting!So you say that the back spring is hard to keep place in the slot?

Author:  silentman [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 6:15 pm ]
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It's just that there is nothing to hold it in place :? while trying to slide and place the hammer spring and pin together. It's the center prong that keep's slipping under where it is suppose to go :x , result, the hammer does not stay cocked back and comes forward with the slide :shock: . A bit tricky, better not be clumsy or all tumb's or butter finger, because if you are don't do it... :hsmash

Author:  Canadianguy [ Thu Nov 13, 2014 9:08 pm ]
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Hey Silentman I was looking at these,think they would fit the wrap around part?Iv'e been eye balling these for a bit!

Image

Author:  silentman [ Thu Nov 13, 2014 9:52 pm ]
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I believe they will fit no problem, By the way they look NICE :supz:

Author:  canox [ Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:09 pm ]
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The Blackwater 1911 looks great with the black accents on the slide.
Once again well done!

Author:  silentman [ Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:35 pm ]
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Santa left a pair of earing under the christmas tree, Captain America shield. Since I don't wear these thing, I decided that would be a nice addition to my polish 1911 TAC.

So a dremel, glue, car putty and a december 25th of free time and voila, it's done and nice 8)

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Author:  silentman [ Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:37 pm ]
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Ounce installed on :prayer:

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Author:  silentman [ Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:38 pm ]
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All the guy's on the same pictures :wink:

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Author:  silentman [ Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:42 pm ]
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Lastly, re-done my pistol case, room enough for 8 guns and all accessories to shoot, for the moment, only 7 in.

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Author:  Canadianguy [ Sun Dec 28, 2014 11:32 am ]
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silentman wrote:
Santa left a pair of earing under the christmas tree, Captain America shield. Since I don't wear these thing, I decided that would be a nice addition to my polish 1911 TAC.

So a dremel, glue, car putty and a december 25th of free time and voila, it's done and nice 8)



Looks great!!I have some gold medallions coming from ebay and I was wondering if you could drill into the grip with out cracking it?Did you put something behind where you drilled?Sweet!The guy says the colt gold medallions are 2mm in height!They don't have a pin on the back though!

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