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    JD11

    Trigger width ( side to side ) to narrow

    I bet if you spread the bow you'd feel an annoying scraping when taking up the pre-travel. I've got a TLE stainless full sized also, just checked and

    JD11 Today, 08:14 Go to last post
    k_dawg

    Trigger width ( side to side ) to narrow

    I would like to tighten up the side-to-side play in my trigger ( ~2000 era Kimber TLE stainless )
    It causes a slight wobble that you can feel thou

    k_dawg Today, 07:04 Go to last post
    Jim Watson

    Wc kz-45

    Treasure those dozen magazines, Wilson doesn't sell them any more.

    Jim Watson Yesterday, 23:33 Go to last post
    T-TAC

    Wc kz-45

    The KZ 45 was a high cap 45 made by Wilson. The frame was a Polymer frame, which was something totally off the hook for a 1911 to have at that time.

    T-TAC Yesterday, 19:40 Go to last post
    slohunter

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    Welcome from MO.

    slohunter Yesterday, 12:56 Go to last post



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