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South Carolina's Elite Marksmanship Unit.
The SC NMC High Power Teams Coach & Rifle Builder is who gave me this manual.

I have been asked if I knew where to find this Manual in print.
Woof! Where do I find it? Seems like it has no reference #s :confused:.

If you find it in print, please let me know. Thanks :)
 

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I have no idea what I am doing but.

If you click here it shows the pages of manual in a row so you can see them all . :confused:
https://accurizing45.blogspot.com/2011/

Good luck still looking for the print version. Maybe one of you Computer wizzes
can figure out how to print this in PDF format. I know I said format twice. SEEE!
 

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Great info thanks for sharing. Some stuff the home 1911 mechanic can do at home.

All the best in 2020,
 
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Some intersting old tools in the guard and army armour manuals from back in the 60s and 70s. I have 3 or 4 different ones.. one thing to take notice of is the barrel bushing. Particularly the engagement surface... BTW don't squeeze slides that way. If you have to do it at least get the power custom fixture and their slide expander.. by far the safest way to do it if there is a safe way slides today are much mich harder than the one the military was squeezing
 

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That is just one of the manuals I have on 1911s.

I tried to start a thread on, places for info & parts etc. https://ktgunsmith.com/home.asp

Other than U-Tube I have found other places where we can learn about Shade Tree 1911 repair.

If you have places that we can learn buy 1911 parts & gear please list them.
 
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