:bawling: I wish I had my Taurus PT 1911 and Springfield V-10 back.
If I'm not mistaken the Singer 1911 is one of the more rare ones. Made by a sewing company. Too cool!Goodness I remember when in the trade picking up a large consignment of 1911s. Must have been fifty or so. All WW2 issue. I remember fishing out any not made by Colt. There were Remington's, a Union Switch and Signal and unless memory is playing tricks, a Singer. I may be mistaken about the last, not sure. All worth more money. I stripped and cleaned them, even played swichers with the grips. Some were damaged, some guns were better than others.
Had the same experience with a quantity of Browning HPs. WW2 vintage, mainly Canadian with the hump on the back of the slide. Some adjustable rear sight ones, made for the Chinese I think. Then one or two that looked more modern and had Nazi stamps. Turned out the Germans made them under occupation. How they ended up in the same lot, I have no idea?
What did you do to the spring plug? And Why? I am familiar with drilling drain holes, especially in service sidearms. Seen it on the BHP as well. Is that whats going on?
Luis,I'm going to get rid of all my hammers. After all, the original design is thousands of years old! LOL!
spring plug, drain holes???What did you do to the spring plug? And Why? I am familiar with drilling drain holes, especially in service sidearms. Seen it on the BHP as well. Is that whats going on?