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Thread: LDA Sear & Hammer Print.

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    LDA Sear & Hammer Print.

    If anybody is looking for a drawing 4 the hammer and sear locations for an LDA, here you go.
    I put a lot of work into this since no one on any forum would help me out. This is for all of you out there that been told "just figure it out!" Well I did.
    PM me if you have any questions.Draw1 Hammer Sear Location.jpg

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    If anybody out there is trying to make money on these or making fixtures and trying to charge people an arm and a leg, let me know.

    Do not charge people for these prints or a fixture.
    If someone trys to charge, please PM me.

    Thank you and your very welcome!

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    Thank you.

    I'll be interested to compare these dimensions against those for a single action 1911.
    Hawkmoon
    On a good day, can hit the broad side of a barn ... from the inside

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    Be my guest.
    I have built 1911's also and I have a fixture and a few different prints were the numbers are different from each other.

    For the LDA I have an actual print that does not have the hammer or sear #'s but all other measurements.
    I worked really hard with my buddy to create what I have now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andmancrex View Post
    Be my guest.
    I have built 1911's also and I have a fixture and a few different prints were the numbers are different from each other.
    Not surprising. I've been trying to reverse engineer the Officers ACP receiver. I've taken measurements from three different pistols (all Colts), and nothing agrees with respect to locating the hammer, sear, thumb safety, and MSH pin holes.
    Hawkmoon
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    The frames I'm referring to are LDA Officer's from Sarco. They don't have the MSH holes, Ejector holes, and the Hammer & Sear holes.

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