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Cameron Double Aces

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by shepsan, Jan 12, 2004.

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  1. shepsan

    shepsan Member

    Dec 29, 2002
    Last Saturday I picked up my new custom 1911 government model pistol. It is the final handgun in a matched set of 1911's built for me by Ed Cameron of Glendale, Arizona.

    Photos of both pistols are on my photo site:


    Double click album title to enter it and double click photo to enlarge it.

    Following is my component list:

    The Commander is built on a Colt #04691 Series 80 M1991A1 platform.
    The Government is built on a Colt #01991 Series 80 M1991A1 platform.

    Here is a list of components for each:

    Frame: High cut
    Slide to Frame Fit: Match grade
    Checkering: 30 Ipi checkering on front strap of frame
    Serrations: Front cocking on side of slide
    French cut lines: Top of slide
    Flat and serrated: Top of slide
    Ball end mill cuts: Font of slide
    Frame and Slide: Concealed carry bevels with no sharp edges
    Barrel & Bushing: Kart 45 ACP National Match (n/m)
    Barrel Link: Wilson
    Front Sight: Cameron fiber optic
    Rear Sight: Novak low mount
    Firing Pin: Colt
    Firing Pin Stop: EGW
    Extractor: Wilson
    Grip Safety: Ed Brown memory grip
    Thumb Safety: Ed Brown single side thumb safety
    Slide Stop: EGW
    Pin Kit: Ed Brown 1911
    Ejector: Colt
    Hammer: Wilson Ultralite Hammer
    Hard Sear: STI
    Disconnector: Colt
    Sear: STI
    Main Spring Housing: Ed Brown 30 Ipi main spring housing
    Springs: Wolff
    Magazine Catch: Wilson extended magazine catch
    Trigger: STI titanium long trigger
    Trigger job: @ 3.5 Ibs
    Grips: Alumagrips (MS) engraved
    Grip Screws: Allen head
    Finish: Cameron Matte Blue
    Roll Mark: Colt New Roll Mark
  2. Preacherman

    Preacherman Member

    Dec 20, 2002
    Louisiana, USA
    Drool, drool! Very nice...

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