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Old July 1, 1999, 11:27 PM   #2
George Stringer
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Join Date: October 12, 1998
Location: Earlington KY
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IMI, the most important aspect of a carry gun is reliability. Put it through it's paces as it is. See what kind, if any, malfunctions occur and go from there. About the only parts I would replace are the sights, the thumb safety and the trigger. I like an extended safety and I have big hands so I need a long trigger. I shot a 1911 .38Super this morning with the old military style trigger in it and I like to not found it. Another item you might look at is the mainspring housing. The shape of the housing can make a big difference in point shooting. I use an arched housing but that causes some folks to shoot low. There is the flat of course and the Wedge which is sort of the middle ground. George
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