Gun smiting has become a hot commodity these days. With shows taking and recreating weapons with unbelievable outcomes, it is no surprise more and more people are turning to this trade as some sort of hobby. One of the most duplicated, replicated guns is the good old 1911. Many gun enthusiasts can learn a thing or two by doing there research and starting here.
- You can do gunsmithing in your garage
- The items needed can be ordered online, and are spelled out
- There are some solutions to issues that might arise listed in the blog
“When I ordered the new Ed Brown Memory Groove Safety (Part # 867) I knew that I was going to have to machine the rear of the frame down.”