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recommend an extractor for my 1911

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 3rdbat504, May 22, 2010.

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  1. 3rdbat504

    3rdbat504 Member

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    best one out there for general use. In have researched that the metal grade and quality is the issue here.
    I get casing jams every 5 rounds and under a microscope the extractor is worn badly
    thanks

    SB
     
  2. rskent

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    Welcome to the high road.

    I like to use Wilson Combat parts myself. If you go to their website, there is (was) a great tutorial on tuning your extractor. Check it out.
    Steve
     
  3. sophijo

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    extractor

    Evolution Gun Works makes good stuff. Ed Brown, Dave Berryhill are a couple others I use. Ck Brownells.
     
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    welcome to thr. i have had great results with Ed Brown's Hardcore extrctor.
     
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    Just put a Brown Hardcore in my Springfield. It had developed a problem jamming the last empty back into the top of the magazine, taking the gun out of commission. The new Brown extractor tested the first 28 rounds flawlessly. Can't wait to make sure it will run 100% with the next 200-300 rounds.
     
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    Ed Brown's Hardcore.
     
  7. HZOX221

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    If you want the best, then get an Aftec
     
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    The best? The jury may still be out on that one.
    Steve
     
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    Wilson or Brown
     
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    Ed Brown gets my vote.
     
  11. Full Metal Jacket

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    i use the wilson bulletproof one's.

    i ordered a ed brown hardcore extractor, and it has a better finish and beveling than wilson's, but fit too loose my any of my 1911's. sent it back to brownells.
     
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