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Heres the newest member to my collection. Just completed from Canyon Creek Custom.

The gun is the Elite Match.

.38 Super Comp

Cmore Red Dot 6moa Sight

Canyon Creek Custom 4 Port Compensator

Canyon Creek Custom Mag Well

DAA 3-in-1 Cmore Mount

Ambi-Safety

EGW Bobbed Hammer and Sear

Shooters Connection Sidewinder Slide Racker

TiAlN Gun Finish

Henning Hard Anodized Blue Grips

Thanks to both Henning and Rich for their parts and services!

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Heres the newest member to my collection. Just completed from Canyon Creek Custom.

The gun is the Elite Match.

.38 Super Comp

Cmore Red Dot 6moa Sight

Canyon Creek Custom 4 Port Compensator

Canyon Creek Custom Mag Well

DAA 3-in-1 Cmore Mount

Ambi-Safety

EGW Bobbed Hammer and Sear

Shooters Connection Sidewinder Slide Racker

TiAlN Gun Finish

Henning Hard Anodized Blue Grips

Thanks to both Henning and Rich for their parts and services!

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And finally it's my turn. The gun recently went through a totalt rebuild.

Limited 9mm

Original grips, sanded down and with grip tape

Henning trigger

Henning mag well

Henning firing pin

Huening rolling trigger bar plunger

EGW hammer

EGW sear

Henning custom hammer and sear pins

Custom slide cuts

When it comes to the internal parts I must say Hennings stuff is top of the line. Before the gun went to the smith, upon engaging the trigger without the hammer being cocked, you could see the sear and sear housing jiggle quite a bit sideways.... now it just SITS there. And the trigger pull? Amazing. No sideways jiggle of the trigger either.

Optically I'm particularly fond of the slide cuts. They are done by a friend of mine who has a machine shop. Originally I just wanted square cuts. He then suggested we make the cuts to match the front serrations... and I really think the result is amazing!!

Edit: sorry the pictures are so huge.

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And finally it's my turn. The gun recently went through a totalt rebuild.

Limited 9mm

Original grips, sanded down and with grip tape

Henning trigger

Henning mag well

Henning firing pin

Huening rolling trigger bar plunger

EGW hammer

EGW sear

Henning custom hammer and sear pins

Custom slide cuts

When it comes to the internal parts I must say Hennings stuff is top of the line. Before the gun went to the smith, upon engaging the trigger without the hammer being cocked, you could see the sear and sear housing jiggle quite a bit sideways.... now it just SITS there. And the trigger pull? Amazing. No sideways jiggle of the trigger either.

Optically I'm particularly fond of the slide cuts. They are done by a friend of mine who has a machine shop. Originally I just wanted square cuts. He then suggested we make the cuts to match the front serrations... and I really think the result is amazing!!

Edit: sorry the pictures are so huge.

so this is a small frame,..if so,...what mag pads do you use with the magwell? I have a friend looking for small frame .40 mags with mag pads to use with a magwell.

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Hello,

I like Tanfoglio Pistols with Henning Parts.

To the next Pictures i have folllowing questions:

1. Was is the official Name of the colours from the Alu-Grips from Henning?

2. Are these both colours still availaible?

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Thanks for Your answers and sorry for my bad english.

Silver69 from Germany

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Here is Mine!!!

Gun: Elite Match

Caliber: .38 Super Comp

Modifications: Henning iFiber w/Green Rod, Conefit Guide Rod, 10 Pound Recoil Spring, EGW Sear/Hammer, 13 Pound Hammer Spring, Extra Power Extractor Spring, JB Weld Nickel to mag release button and griptape on it, Limited mag well covered in water weld and liquid steel painted with blue enamel paint, Finger grooves cut from factory rubber grips and cut to fit mag well.

Since This is my old gun, and, I have furnished a new one.. Ill Add it.. Here it is folks..

Henning Checkered Grips with custom paint job

Henning Mag Well

Henning Fiber Front Sight

Henning Guide Rod

10 lb Recoil Spring

EGW Hammer/ Sear

Long Firing Pin

13 lb Hammer Spring

Roller Plunger

Trigger Breaks at 1.75 lbs and Is really crisp

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not sure if I posted this before....here are my production, Standard (L10- limited) and Open tanfoglios.

The Open gun has the Henning firing pin, rolling plunger,.etc..

standard has the Henning firing pin, front sight, guide rod, hammer, sear, pins, mag pads..grips.,(although I using OEM currently).

production guns have Henning front sights.I have a few henning small frame mag pads that fit the USPSA production box.

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Here is a Tanglefoot I made up for a friend. It's a Bianchi Open Gun. I didn't "build" the gun, I just made the part that goes on top and fitted it together.

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This is what we started with - a 9mm Limited.

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I designed and machined this part from a solid block of aluminum except for the top part of the Stick Shift. That is a separate piece. This is the right side view.

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Left side.

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Front.

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This is the barrel with bushing assembly in the black Delrin block.

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Then we'll add some barricade wings (makes it fly faster).

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