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It works also very well with 9mm Major loads. Built with quality, tight tolerances and works out of the box with minor and major loads. Magazines are Para type magazines but you can use original Bul or SPS magazines as well.

 

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From everything I gathered, bul  is a diamond in the rough ,so to speak....  too bad they don’t have a meaningful presence here in the USA.

 Certainly seem to be in a higher quality  class of STI( which has fallen by the wayside in the last couple of years ,with sub par cs ,terrible quality and weird models),or any of the other semi custom 2011 shops.....

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10 hours ago, Ozy said:

From everything I gathered, bul  is a diamond in the rough ,so to speak....  too bad they don’t have a meaningful presence here in the USA.

 Certainly seem to be in a higher quality  class of STI( which has fallen by the wayside in the last couple of years ,with sub par cs ,terrible quality and weird models),or any of the other semi custom 2011 shops.....

soon .

next month u will see all details on their official site.

u can see their products at shot show  under IFC.   Bul Armory

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9 hours ago, yigal said:

soon .

next month u will see all details on their official site.

u can see their products at shot show  under IFC.   Bul Armory

TODA YIGAL... I'LL CHECK THEM OUT.

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On a local forum, somebody expressed a concern about BUL, in a 1911 discussion. He had handled some BULs at a European show and found that the 1911 barrel was resting on the link, instead of the lower lug. That did not happen with the 2011 models that were at hand.

 

Any comments? Yigal?

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Please find image of a slide stop with the signs from lower lugs. if there are marks then the lower lugs contact the slide stop. This is at least how it looks in mine (Bul SAS Ii UR Open)

 

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4 hours ago, perttime said:

On a local forum, somebody expressed a concern about BUL, in a 1911 discussion. He had handled some BULs at a European show and found that the 1911 barrel was resting on the link, instead of the lower lug. That did not happen with the 2011 models that were at hand.

 

Any comments? Yigal?

yes . that's correct .😪

now in all  new models  lower lug fitment made by mill and not by hand.

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Very interested in the UR SAS 2 I hope they are as good as they look!

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21 hours ago, yigal said:

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now in all  new models  lower lug fitment made by mill and not by hand.

 

Is that good or bad?

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13 minutes ago, perttime said:

 

Is that good or bad?

the best😉   

like on mine limited.

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I handled and shot one of these and it seems to be a high quality gun. 

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I shot US IPSC nats with two Bul sponsored shooters last year. Both gentlemen were shooting single stack and their guns ran and looked cool.

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On 1/2/2019 at 3:05 PM, KrisS said:

Please find image of a slide stop with the signs from lower lugs. if there are marks then the lower lugs contact the slide stop. This is at least how it looks in mine (Bul SAS Ii UR Open)

 

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this is the underside of the slidestop, the only thing you see is the mark of the link from pulling the barrel out of lock up.

The BUL pistols I have seen on the IWA gunshow 2 and 3 years back where that good I didn't even stopped at there boot the last year..

they are expensive here in Europe, even more expensive than a full custom made of top quality parts...

 

I have not seen a current model not older than 1 year

 

 

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As for the photo - it seems that you are right. So here is the top of the slide stop. Not sure but it seems that on the photo below there is a sign of the link and two spots where it touches the lower lugs.

 

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Mine looked a little bit different. 😉 I polished small burs (visible on the picture) and it seems to be working fine

 

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18 hours ago, NinerRider said:

I see where Preppers carries them but they aren't in stock.

i almost bought the last open one they had.  Glad i did not because i did not realize it did not take StI mags .  if they did take STI type mag i would beleive they would sell a few 

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Not using STI type mags is a deal breaker for me. 

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I have a friend who's a sponsored steel shooter. He just got one a little while ago and seems to really like it. He's on Facebook and I am sure he would be glad to give you some feedback and answer any questions if you contact him there. His name is Trenton Mitsuoka, super nice guy.

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13 hours ago, KrisS said:

As for the photo - it seems that you are right. So here is the top of the slide stop. Not sure but it seems that on the photo below there is a sign of the link and two spots where it touches the lower lugs.

 

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you see 2 marks where the barrellugs touch the slidestop before the link pushes the barrel in lock up. the center mark is from the link pushing the barrel up in lock up

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Posted (edited)

I assume this is normal ? Or is there something I should do with it ? Gun shoots fine. I am very happy with it.

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"normal" for a middle class pistol (like SPS), but here in Belgium you pay more than a handfitted custom... so I rather pay 1000 euro less for a correct build pistol.

 

a long link is a tuning method from the time there where no oversized barrels, long link is fast and cheap to take away some play. problem is that the link in lock up is just over it's highest point... this will result in extra stress on link, link pin and slidestop. 

 

gr T

 

 

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