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    Steve Vigen

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  1. 115 Eggs with 3.0 N310 = 112 pf out of a XDM 5.25. Recoil feels like a sling shot.
  2. I built one on a Stealth 80% aluminum frame, Marvel Unit 1. Steel / practice gun. Can't beat less than a nickel every time it goes bang.
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  6. Morning All, Am looking for some guidance on a trigger install. After reading previous posters / posts stating that a STI trigger will drop right in, well I purchased one of them (Thanks SSI - three days to my door). And long story short, not even close. Trigger bow is a completely different shape up front. The stock triggers bow is angled down, just about parallel with the angle at the rear of the bow. While the STI is straight there, more or less perpendicular with the sides of the bow. So the trigger won't go far enough forward to get a reset. So what is the trick ? Thank You, Steve
  7. Morning All, Am looking for some guidance on a trigger install. After reading previous posters / posts stating that a STI trigger will drop right in, well I purchased one of them (Thanks SSI - three days to my door). And long story short, not even close. Trigger bow is a completely different shape up front. The stock triggers bow is angled down, just about parallel with the angle at the rear of the bow. While the STI is straight there, more or less perpendicular with the sides of the bow. So the trigger won't go far enough forward to get a reset. So what is the trick , bending the bows, reaching in the frame and milling the channel flat ???? Thank You, Steve
  8. I put some purple on it so it wouldn't fall off.
  9. Same thing only different here. Slips over the stock handle. Held on by an allen screw in the center. The stock handle has a perfect ID for a m8x1.25 thread.
  10. Carbide drill, carbide tap. Did it on a lathe. Not too bad of a job but you had to work blind. Can't see the release in the collet. EGW paddle.
  11. Mine is a .40 Pro Match. ACT and Canadian Para mags with the Dawson pads.
  12. I am running the same set up and found this out. By switching to a Para mag catch it moved the mags down a bit. The problem fixed itself on the ACT mags and the Para mags just required a little cleanup on the rear outside corners to work good.
  13. I used one of these, when he was selling on Ebay. https://wickedxarms.com/collections/1911-parts/products/para-ordnance-wide-body-magazine-release-blued Also, a lighter spring and a little de-burring on the catch made a big difference on mine.
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