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5" One Piece Guide Rod: Fits flush with the slide so you can turn the bushing to disassemble the gun. This guide rod also features a takedown hole. This tungsten guide rod should be checked by a gunsmith familiar with the 1911 design. It may require minor fitting to contact the frame evenly. Failure to do so may lead to premature wear and/or breakage which will not be covered under warranty. The head of the guide rod has smooth beveled edges to make for a seamless look. Mfg: Egw SPECS: .326" (8.2mm) diameter. Fits 1911 Auto, or STI, Govt. length slides with 5" (12.7cm) barrels. Tungsten 3.1 oz.(88 g).Check price and Read more Detail At Egw
The stretchiest, pullingest, self-tightening clamp you can buy...Pure Gum Surgical Latex Tubing! Wrapped around a split gun stock, it will draw the glue line so thin it looks like part of the grain, with no "clamp marks" in the wood and no slipping or pulling-off of the joint. For holding all irregular surfaces it is unsurpassed - gluing, forming, jigging, aligning - use the Pulling Power of surgical tubing. (It also makes excellent slingshot rubbers.)Use no knots. Tuck over one end and wrap over it, as shown, when pulling the tube around the part being held. Make the final tuck as shown. A small wedge or wood dowel simplifies making this final tuck. Guaranteed to hold! Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Type A - 1/8" (3.2mm) I.D., " (6.3mm) O.D. Type B - 3/16" (4.8mm) I.D., 5/16" (7.9mm) O.D.Check price and Read more Detail At Brownells
Ever wonder if your reloads meet SAAMI minimum chamber dimensions? Then this is the gage for you. Min Dimensions Gages are made to SAAMI specifications for Min Chamber. SAAMI Min Chamber specs are slightly LARGER than Max Cartridge. The purpose of this gage is to check your reloaded rounds to see if they meet Min Chamber Specs. Therefore, if your rounds do not enter the Gage, then this is pointing to an issue with your reloaded round against SAAMI specifications. On the other hand, if your rounds DO enter the Gage, but DO NOT chamber in your gun. This points to you having a very tight chambered gun and would assume either an improperly cut reamer or a chamber that Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
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