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Discussion in '1911 Photo Gallery' started by Integrity Arms, Nov 25, 2018.
So here is the difference in an oiled and un-oiled Barrel in DLC...
Is there a preferred oil?
Not really that I've heard whatever ya like, I use my own concoction or gunfighter, and some oil I got from Neil Keller..
The DLC on that Valor looks amazing! I really think DLC presents better when applied to stainless steel (like this Valor), vs. carbon steel.
Don’t forget what you’re doing or how you done it to that Valor. I have one and man that looks great!!
Some depends on the prep and the harder the metal the better it seems to do. Carbon can come out a little more matte.
I've done a few won't forget lol.
Okay some photos from my phone of my 1st project off the new mill. Really happy how this turned out you can see a full photo thread here..
That's.......Just.......Art. Wow Steve, absolutely amazing.
That looks amazing! The finish, the lines, the fit.... wow! And- it's tough to pick the "best" part- but the best part is those grips with your medallion! Love everything about it!
Thanks my favorite part is the rear of slide serrations I think... They really come out sharp and clean.. Those are hand filed also btw.. But, I really like the look with the sight lining up like it does. Grips are Cherokee Hills.. Was one of two pairs I had planned to keep for myself and I'll be darned if I didn't sell em both lol.
Steve, this is one of my favs so far. I’m hoping aside from the sights, my slide comes out like this.
Great Gats that's a beauty....
The owners is sure to be a happy camper.
Can’t wait to get home, open my Valor case, remove the girl and explain.........you getting a facelift!!!
Clean, classy and professional. What a stellar build. The owner has to be vibrating after seeing that.
A few differences.
That can be accomplished..
OMG that new internet cannot happen fast enough. It takes absolutely forever to do anything on this Hughesnet it's driving me crazy and eating up so much time to do the most simple of tasks.
@Integrity Arms - you’ve got to get more of those grips! They’ll sell like hot cakes!! Your emblem is off the charts
Kudos to I.A. aka. Steve O's Customer Support
I recently received my Colt Commander Build from Steve. After a couple range trips using different ammo shapes & loads I mentioned to Steve that I seemed to experience some quirks. Giving him some feedback he immediately responded with "I think I know exactly what needs tweaking".
He sent me a shipping label that night and it was back on its way to him the next day. The day after he received it, he called and said it would be test fired the next day and if it performed as he expected, it would be shipped back to me the next day.
All those things happened as he predicted.
Every Gunsmith is going to do some Customer Service work at some point. Its how they handle it that says the most about their company.