American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) Video "Trouble-Shooting the 1911 .45 Auto Style Pistol with Gene Shuey" DVD

Product #: 266624 American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) #: 3414 UPC #: 809237034143
$68.99 & SHIPS FREE
Ships 12/03/2015 from MidwayUSA
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The 1911 .45 ACP style pistol is a widely loved and unbelievably reliable in its original design. This video covers many of the reliability problems associated with modifying the 1911. To resolve these problems, you will be takend through the entire trouble shooting process using cutaways to simulate and show you what specific types of jams and malfunctions look like, what causes them, and hot to correct or avoid these problems. 165 minutes.

Topics include
  • Feeding related Jams
  • Feed ramp design and angles
  • Slide fit
  • Extractor
  • Breach face
  • Failure to load from magazine
  • Case extraction problems from the chamber
  • Ejection problems
  • Thumb safety failures
  • Grip safety
  • Hammer drops or follows down
  • Addressing accuracy issues
  • Trigger problems and adjustments
  • Slide not fully closing and locking-up
  • Slide stop not functioning after last round
  • Extensive trouble-shooting of magazine problems
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