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Dave C

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  1. Funny, I have three of the tungsten infused famed guns. I don't have any wear in the magwells that I would consider to be a problem.
  2. Dave C

    P365 For CCW

    Normally you get what you pay for in holsters. Understanding that some holster designs just don't work for some folks, a good quality leather holster will outlast the buyer.........
  3. Dave C

    P365 For CCW

    Love my Milt Sparks SS2. Comfortable and secure.
  4. I run a full length Springer guide rod and 14 pound 1911 spring.
  5. Aligning the sights then PRESSING THE TRIGGER IN SUCH A WAY THAT YOU DON"T DISTURB THE SIGHT ALIGNMENT.......
  6. That because they say they are coming soon. How soon remains to be seen.........
  7. He's back shooting again and he is still very good......... There are still no sights on at least one of his 1911s.
  8. I have found that if you just center up the front sight and center up the rear sight, the gun will shoot pretty darn good.
  9. Without anything to back up my claim, they are reference markings for windage adjustments.
  10. Yep same for me. No issues with the CMC XP mags.
  11. I haven't had any LPA sights for a while, but my recollection is that once you have your elevation where you want it, you can snug down that allen screw to hold your elevation screw from moving. Again, don't take my word a fact, but that is what i recall..............
  12. 1. Press down on the sight leaf to relieve the elevation spring pressure. 2. Rotate the elevation screw counter clockwise until it comes out of the sight body. 3. Lift up on the sight leaf being careful not to loose the springs that are underneath it. 4. Locate the allen screw or screws holding the sight body to the slide. 5. Remove the the allen screw/screws 6. Center the sight body in the slide. 7. Reinstall the allen screw/screws in the sight body. Use loctite on the screws and snug them down. 8. Install the springs under the sight leaf. 9. Press down on the sight leaf and install the elevation screw back to the same height it was prior.
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