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1911 School, Feeding Part 3 of 3.

The next critical dimension is the cartridge OAL itself. Too short or too long and you’ll have problems. The issues that so many people ascribed to the 1911’s failure to feed hollowpoints came from the old Speer 200 grain JHP “Flying ashtray” in the 80s…but it wasn’t the size of the cavity that caused the […]

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Liberty Suppressors Infinity X Lightweight

Liberty Suppressors has reintroduced the multi-caliber Infinity X Lightweight with some upgrades, such as the titanium monocore baffle system and the same mounting system as the Mystic X and the Centurion. Here you will find the list of the calibers the Infinity X and Mystic X are rated for. During the review, I used the […]

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Riton RT-S MOD 3 GEN2 1-4X24/IR

    It was a couple of months ago I received the Riton  RT-S MOD 3 Gen 2 1-4×24/IR  and mounted it onto the obnoxious Barnes Precision Machine 7.5″ pistol to begin testing. After getting it zeroed and shooting some 100 yard groups with the pistol/scope combo here is what we learned. At one power […]

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1911 School, Feeding Part 2 of 3.

The 1911 style pistol with internal extractor, as originally designed. The extractor’s role in feeding is often misunderstood and underestimated. Most important is the deflection. That is, the amount of the wall behind the claw that protrudes beyond the guide block into the breech area…and this is where I’ve found problems in pistols produced in […]

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1911 School, Feeding Part 1 of 3

In order to effect a better understanding of the dimensions and conditions critical to reliable feeding in the 1911 pistol, I thought this might be a good idea to go into more detail than the average magazine article. The first critical spec is feed and barrel ramp angles. The feed ramp is ideally 31-31.5 degrees […]

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