Don't need no education
Hey DAT, You've seen some tight ones I guess :wink: (which I personally do not care about) on your recent trip.. And thank you for posting on this. Did they explain their barrel fit to you at all?
I am aware of what you've been through and how you feel about it and I am with you on that, but at the moment I am interested to get your opinion on the fit :lol:
Would you like to have a gun fitted like this (say by somebody else) or not?
Thanks DAT. Sounds like you are reasonably impressed by the Cabot's work. Ever consider getting one for your upcoming B-Day? :lol:
Will save you the cost of 4K rounds compared to LB :tongue: Seriously, after your review I acknowledge they exist as one of choices we have.
So you don't like tight fit, ha? :biggrin1:
A very insightful opinion indeed! :thumb:tight quality build 1911's is the only way for competition and selfdefense....but thay have to be kept CLEAN. If you get dirt into tight spaces, it becomes a problem, and wears ot the gun faster.
Yes, if I was in a war zone, I'd apt for either a well broken in or loosely fit 1911, in order to create "room" for the dirt.
When parts are fit tightly in a 1911, the whole mechanic concept of the gun design last longer, since the parts have no obtained pre-speed before contacting/activating one another. Under the right conditions, it'll be more reliable, and felt recoil will seem more pleasant compared to a cluncker.
This debate has always been based on emotions, poor experience or lack of knowledge when it comes to the topic of 1911's. No other pistol design out there to this very day, is more reliable than a truely nice build custom 1911 in 45 ACP.
Well ha ha, thats just my opinien...and you'll know how that goes.