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Old October 30, 2008, 10:56 PM   #8
HisSoldier
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I said that few 1911's are as tight as what I was comparing a rotating barreled pistol to, now I'm not so sure. I checked all of mine, they are all tight when in battery. Three points at the back (Top of barrel lugs area #1, both lower lugs #'s 2 and 3) and one at the front where the top of the barrel is tight against the bushing. I suspect now that most 1911's are as tight as these unless they are shot loose, like after 100K rounds.
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