Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by aderden, Feb 20, 2012.
It does work on certain 1911s.
Ive never heard of using shell casings....what would work, .357? right now its being held in with an end of coaxial cable. I don't dare try firing it this way....
See photo in post #1:
I looked up an old AMT longslide manual. It appears they use the standard guide rod setup. If that little .45 acp case trick works for you, then I suspect a regular 1911 spring plug would work too.
amt long slide
i think they do use a stock configuration plug but i think a spacer plug is inserted in the plug to use the standard longth spring .
i kinda noticed that when firing my long slide and the guide plug and spring flew out .
The plug is 3 1/2 inches total length including the protruding nose
The inside depth is 1 3/8 inches.
pingpingping: cool pic. Ill have to play around with that.
Bannockburn: sorry, page must be ooc. link brings up nothing.
ApacheTodd: Thank you! this is the closest Ive gotten so far. maybe I can find someone who can machine this thing out for me.
who else made a 7 inch 1911? maybe their parts could work also?
they were the only one to make one as far as i know .
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