Ned, To add to that. I have a Colt 1908 in 380. NO issue. I have a Colt 1903 in 32acp. Dated 1917. Just ran about 150 of mixed trade in ammo. The gun is 100 years old. Maybe when firearms were built by craftsman versus assembled by workers versus spit out by some machine that assemble with someone punching keyboard.
Progress is so wonderful;
That is why there is still a need for a skilled craftsman.
One of my clients recently purchased a Colt Mustang done by Cylinder and Slide. It really works and it runs like a champ. Found him a set of Spegel's for it. That was a trick. Find a set of Craig Spegel grips for one of those.
Be safe and keep the brass flying
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