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MEUSOC m1911

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Jeremy2171, May 21, 2011.

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  1. Jeremy2171

    Jeremy2171 Member

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    Here is mine....I didn't do a straight copy as I'm a righty and didn't want the ambi-safety... I got small hands so the ext. slide stop is a must. I used the drop in beavertail as I am NOT dehorning a USGI frame for this. Other than that I think I've got it done....I do have a few PWS rear sights but I like the Novak more. Bar-sto bbl, shok buff, 18.5# spring all the other stuff is in there like its supposed to be.

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    Here it is with my late '80s rebuild M1911A1 clone on a sistema frame.
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    It was brought to my attention to move the Sistema frame to the MEUSOC and dehorn it and put the USGI frame under the USGI slide and have a late'80s rebuild 1911A1. Thoughts on this???

    I still have enough parts to build a second one if needed..
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  2. 8654Maine

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    That looks nice.

    I carried the MEUSOC as my secondary. Loved the feel, recoil and accuracy. Those boys in Quantico had it right.
     
  3. possum

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    great job, it look great. Thanks for posting.
     
  4. Drail

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    DUDE! An extended slide stop on a MEU/SOC is just.....wrong.
     
  5. warp_foo

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    Here is my MEU(SOC) from Dave Berryhill. This is based off of a Colt MKIV Series 70 which had been bubba'd:

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  6. Block

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    I really like it. The extented slide stop is great too. I love em!
     
  7. Jeremy2171

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    It's ok..I have the correct Caspian SS fitted for it so I can swap it right in...

    I'd just like to add I that I like the atmosphere here much better......I posted the same thing on another forum http://forum.m1911.org/showthread.php?t=93621 and it turned into the 18.5# vs 16# spring argument..

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  8. DrewBegley

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    Beautiful handgun you've got there, nice to see a modern classic.
     
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