Cerakote provides excellent protection for firearms in harsh environmental conditions. We’ve been getting ours from Brownells and couldn’t be happier with the results.
Smaller parts, especially screws, are often hard to coat. A friend (a professionally trained painter) showed us a trick using thin cardboard that allows easy application on screws. No more crazy wire bending of alligator clips…
A word of caution, in some curing ovens, even though the temperature is fairly low, the heating elements can get quite hot, so keep the cardboard away from them.
1911 Rear sight installation (Novak style cut) Aftermarket sights are a common upgrade on 1911 pistols. We decided to install Heine Ledge sights on our Series 80 Stainless Officer’s ACP. The rear sight we ordered […]
Custom 1911 Project: Part 5- milling slide for low mount sights, presented by Rifleshooter.com and Brownells This is the fifth installment of our Custom 1911 project- in this post we are going machine the slide to […]
Detachable magazine systems have been steadily gaining popularity for use in precision, tactical and competition bolt action rifles. Until a few years ago, the choices of systems were limited. Now, shooters have a wide range […]