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Discussion in '1911 Gunsmithing' started by pistolwretch, Jan 10, 2018.
Just a little fitting.
Wow, just wow ......
Talk about above and beyond skills
Just a tad bit... Maybe even that much...
Truly amazing work. Looking at the first and the last one after the other... Wow!
What work. That and about two-hundred reasons are why I send my pistols to people that know what they are doing, willing to post photos of their work and stand behind it. Hats off to the great smiths that post here; you’re a talented bunch.
AND THAT IS HOW BABIES ARE MADE.
If you don’t mind me asking...how did you secure the “blocks” to the grip tangs? I zoomed in amd it looked like an epoxy? Or some super fine TIG work?
Wow. Fantastic work. You are the man!
Great job man, that looks really good
It really looks tight , doesn't look like the grip safety can even move . Beautiful work .
Daaaang!...nice job! You, Sir are truly masterful at blending these!
Magnificent, just outstanding. Did you do the weld on yourself also? @pistolwretch if so how did you get such a seamless connection? as I get why the cut to add more stock, and also make the weld on stronger but that weld job looks seamless? Not to mention the perfect blend and fit in the end. Sometimes I believe these types of projects come out even better then those you can do without any tedious extras. Just because of the extra labor of love and the extra stock added to work with. Also not to mention that most Kimber frames have horrible tangs for beavertail fitting in the first place.
Chuck continues to raise the bar! Absolutely amazing work...again!
My finger to hand fit is worse.