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  • 1911 thumb safety operation







    (John Holbrook photographs)
    This article was originally published in forum thread: "1911" thumb safety in operation started by OD* View original post
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      CDogg -
      thanks for that illustration. Now i got better understanding of it
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    Bushranger

    Keeping Magazines simple.

    You must be referring to only one or two mags at a time. I always shoot 100 rounds so that takes 14+ magazines... which is a chore to load by hand.

    Bushranger Today, 13:58 Go to last post
    JTQ

    Keeping Magazines simple.

    I have and use a MagLULA, but for a single stack mag, it's really just as easy for me, to not use it, especially with a mag like a 7 round Wilson that

    JTQ Today, 05:55 Go to last post
    Bushranger

    Keeping Magazines simple.

    They did for me, particularly the eight rounders.

    [/COLOR] I cannot imagine not using a magazine loader to load the magazines and certainly

    Bushranger Yesterday, 23:10 Go to last post
    JTQ

    Keeping Magazines simple.

    I have an eclectic collection of mags. Some with the dimple/pimple on the followers, some without. The dimple/pimple is usually a feature to prevent

    JTQ Yesterday, 19:10 Go to last post
    pwcosol

    Three USGI M1911 Holsters or...?

    Thanks Gents for your input and appreciate the link Doran provided (and kudos to Mr. Flick for his effort!). Ended up getting a M1952A and 1969 contracted

    pwcosol 20th September 2021, 11:59 Go to last post



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