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Replacing slide stop on TLEII and Custom classic target

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Master Blaster, Apr 16, 2004.

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  1. Master Blaster

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    I'm going to be replacing the slide stops on my TLE II and My Custom Classic Target what are the best reasonably priced machined slide stops? and whats a good source?

    Is Ed brown any good, how about cylinder and slide???

    Also may be changing out the guide rods and plugs for standard length ones , so whats the best make and reasonably priced source?

    Thanks
     
  2. MoNsTeR

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    "Machined" and "reasonably priced" don't go together ;)
    Either the Wilson Bulletproof or SVI will probably run you at least $45, and a Colt will be more than $60(!). A gunsmith might sell you a Colt take-off for a bargain.

    Why not just shoot the Kimber part until it breaks (if ever)?
     
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    It would be greatly appreciated if I could hear from some of the Smith's here who have actual experience replacing these parts in a Kimber.
    I have heard that some folks here have a box of bad kimber parts, so surely they must have used something to replace them???????

    Thanks
     
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