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Thread: Rugers MIM quality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavelamb View Post
    Maybe more information would help.

    How Rugers are Made - Part 1 (of 10 or so?)

    Fascinating stuff here.

    Wax Molding and Gating


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBYw1CT2JiU
    Somewhere, there's a Para video showing the same thing... a truly fascinating process. Most people imagine casting in more basic forms (like sand-casting) but this method, which is almost as old, is much better suited to the complex shapes involved in a gun frame (or slide).
    Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold.
    M. Setter

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    I put SR1911 trigger in the youtube search. I skipped most of the videos where they jump into how to use a dremel. When the hosts close the hole under the nose, I hear the light click with other SR191s. I'll call it nature of the beast.

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