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Thread: What 1911 multri-tools are complete for field stripping your gun?

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    Thank you.

    Is the M1911.org multitool enough alone to safely assemble a functional and reliable1911 by putting parts upon a 1911 frame? Thank you i advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destro
    Thank you.

    Is the M1911.org multitool enough alone to safely assemble a functional and reliable1911 by putting parts upon a 1911 frame? Thank you i advance.
    Uh, no.

    Regards,

    Walt
    Author, The M1911 Complete Assembly Guide,
    The M1911 Complete Owner's Guide, NEW The 10/22 Complete Owner's and Assembly Guide,
    The M14
    and M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guides
    and The AR-15 Complete Assembly and NEW Owner's Guides

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destro
    Thank you.

    Is the M1911.org multitool enough alone to safely assemble a functional and reliable1911 by putting parts upon a 1911 frame? Thank you i advance.
    It's a useful tool but it has no magic powers!

    As we like to say here, 'there are NO drop-in parts in a 1911 pistol'... and that's for guns that are already built, and may need a part (or three) replaced. Building a pistol from the ground up is a different ball game!
    Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold.
    M. Setter

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    Thank you. This site is so informative.

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    I carry one in my range bag as well. The last time it out it was to work on one of them plastic pistols.

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