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GeorgiaRedfish
01-30-2011, 14:13
http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=301605

Come on Quack telling him to get it fixed??? I would pay 2k to get me a 2 and 3 round burst 1911:rofl:

You're are just jealous it didn't happen to you.

Quack
01-30-2011, 15:17
I can tell you how to get a FA gun. Not too hard to do.

GeorgiaRedfish
01-30-2011, 15:19
I can tell you how to get a FA gun. Not too hard to do.
So how much +Shippin?:supergrin:

ajstrider
01-30-2011, 15:22
Go downtown, find a really creepy alleyway with a panel van sitting there. Knock three times on the back door and tell them you need some hardware.

pistolwrench
01-30-2011, 15:32
The most important question......in my mind......
is why the hammer was not stopped by the half-cock.

This kinda crap is extremely dangerous. Imagine the user at a public range.
He inserts a magazine and lets the slide fly forward. He has only one hand on the pistol and no inkling that 8 pills are about to leave the muzzle in less than 1 second.

Where might the last few rounds come to rest? In me or a member of my family? Quite possible.

Then the yo-yo stones the hammer hooks and prematurely declares 'problem resolved'.

I'm all for letting Darwin improve our species. But please, with firearms,
it is unacceptable in public.

FLIPPER 348
01-30-2011, 16:07
The most important question......in my mind......
is why the hammer was not stopped by the half-cock.



Most likely due to some excessive polishing (or worse) of the sear during a bubba trigger job. And/or the installation of a so-called 'drop in' part.

GeorgiaRedfish
01-30-2011, 16:09
This makes me nervous about my up coming trigger swap.

pistolwrench
01-30-2011, 16:11
Most likely due to some excessive polishing (or worse) of the sear during a bubba trigger job. And/or the installation of a so-called 'drop in' part.

How does this explain the failure of the half-cock?

FLIPPER 348
01-30-2011, 16:16
By taking to much material and/or changing the sear engagement angle far enough to override the 1/2 cock stop.

pistolwrench
01-30-2011, 16:19
Flipper,
You just demonstrated your ignorance of the 1911 fire control system.
Sorry.
I call them as I see them.

GeorgiaRedfish
01-30-2011, 16:22
Flipper,
You just demonstrated your ignorance of the 1911 fire control system.
Sorry.
I call them as I see them.
:rofl: No tell us what you really think.

pistolwrench
01-30-2011, 16:23
This is a big part of the problem. Guys dispensing technical advice that
don't have a clue.
Most of them mean well, I'm sure. But now watch Flipper's response.

FLIPPER 348
01-30-2011, 16:25
Flipper,
You just demonstrated your ignorance of the 1911 fire control system.
Sorry.
I call them as I see them.


I'll try to get over it.

Quack
01-30-2011, 16:31
Too much overtravel causing the sear to loose tension?

FLIPPER 348
01-30-2011, 16:31
This is a big part of the problem. Guys dispensing technical advice that
don't have a clue.



Whoever worked on the 1911 in question would appear not to have a clue.

GeorgiaRedfish
01-30-2011, 16:31
I wonder if I can get a stamp for .gov for this.

Mayhem like Me
01-31-2011, 08:58
This is a big part of the problem. Guys dispensing technical advice that
don't have a clue.
Most of them mean well, I'm sure. But now watch Flipper's response.

PW it's my understanding that most SA hammers do not have a true 1/2 cock Intercept /interference "notch" deep enough to reliably hold the hammer if it misses the sear engagment. Is this a correct understanding?

pistolwrench
01-31-2011, 21:55
"Is this a correct understanding?"

No. All Springfield hammers have an adequate half-cock notch or shelf.

Hokie1911
01-31-2011, 22:03
Someone arguing with Chuck about 1911 technical mechanics? Seriously? :shakehead:

pistolwrench
01-31-2011, 22:10
No arguements. Just some facts.
I'm just trying to help.
:wavey:

GeorgiaRedfish
01-31-2011, 22:21
No arguements. Just some facts.
I'm just trying to help.
:wavey:
Keep making them sexy Springfields and you can say whatever you want. :rofl:

Mayhem like Me
02-01-2011, 08:54
"Is this a correct understanding?"

No. All Springfield hammers have an adequate half-cock notch or shelf.

Thank you ! all mine have reliably locked the trigger movement when in the half cock position, I can chalk this up to "gunshop legend"

hoffy
02-01-2011, 22:05
Maybe a broken firing pin spring?