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Thread: Tight barrel bushing

  1. #11
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    I had an Auto Ordnance made by Kahr. I bought it after numerous online favorable reviews, and ended up with problem after problem. There is a thread on my journey with this pistol on the Auto Ordnance forum. I sold it and used the money towards a Springfield 1911A1 Mil-Spec that has given me zero problems to date.
    i sold all my handguns. . . . . . . . . . except for the 1911 style pistols in .45 ACP.

  2. #12
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    What was the fix for the tight bush?
    The reason for the suggestion of dry ice or freezing contracts the metal. Learned that working on old bike
    heads for replacing the guides.

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