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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by marklav111, Nov 20, 2012.

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  1. marklav111

    marklav111 Member

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    Any ideas ? Thanks
     

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    First one looks like a front sight staking jig. Maybe for a 1911.

    No idea on the second.
     
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    How well does a 1911 slide fit into number 1?
     
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    #2 looks like an adjustable spanner of some sort. Maybe for firing pin bushings on a shotgun. Is there a name stamped on it anywhere?
     
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    My thought was the screw would hold the front sight tight to the slide while you peen it with a punch. There is a radius opposite the screw that would fit the bottom of the slide. But I'm just guessing.
     
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    The second photo the jig is stamped "MEMCK"
     
  7. BBBBill

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    More likely "MENCK". It is an adjustable forend spanner wrench to fit the slotted forend nut on shotguns. Current retail price on a new one is $24.95.
     
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    I would have never guessed that. Thanks
     
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