John Harrison’s First Ruger SR1911 - pic heavy !

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Jerry-R

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ArmedinAZ said:
Jerry-R said:
ArmedinAZ said:
Can you share Mr. Harrison's thoughts on the Ruger as a platform for his work?
What did he think of the plunger tube cast into the frame?

Actually, he did not say anything about the plunger tube. He was very frank as he took the pistol apart, and said he would let me know if there was anything that was a "Must Replace" item as he worked on it. Based on that, I have to assume the plunger tube was okay. I went back through our emails, and tried to remember the conversation, and the ejector was the only thing he really did not like. He "miked" and measured several items while I was there and his comments were, "These are all well within specifications.".
 

revhigh

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Very nice !

I see only one very slight and minor flaw .... And it might be just the angle of the pic. Hopefully it is.

In the last photo, it looks like his 'signature' runs slightly uphill.

My eye was instantly drawn to that ..... Hope it isn't so given the beauty and perfection of the rest of the work.

That checkering is spectacular.

Are you gonna shoot it ?

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