1911 Commander Schematic

1911 Commander Schematic

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5 years 49 weeks ago, 2:20 PM

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1. Barrel
2. Barrel Bushing
3. Barrel Link
4. Barrel Link Pin
5. Disconnector
6. Ejector
7. Ejector Pin
8. Extractor
9. Firing Pin
10. Firing Pin Spring
11. Firing Pin Stop
12. Front Sight
13. Grip
14. Grip Safety
15. Grip Screw
16. Grip Screw Bushing
17. Hammer
18. Hammer Pin
19. Hammer Strut
20. Hammer Strut Pin
21. Magazine
22. Magazine Base Pad
23. Magazine Body
24. Magazine Follower
25. Magazine Release
26. Magazine Release Lock
27. Magazine Release Spring
28. Magazine Spring
29. Magazine Well
30. Mainspring
31. Mainspring Cap
32. Mainspring Cap Pin
33. Mainspring Housing
34. Mainspring Housing Pin
35. Mainspring Housing Pin Retainer
36. Plunger Spring
37. Plunger Tube
38. Rear Sight
39. Receiver (Frame)
40. Recoil Buffer
41. Recoil Spring
42. Recoil Spring Guide Rod
43. Recoil Spring Plug
44. Sear
45. Sear Pin
46. Sear Spring
47. Slide
48. Slide Stop
49. Slide Stop Plunger
50. Thumb Safety
51. Thumb Safety Plunger
52. Trigger

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 12:32 AM

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Our boy Dave did this a year ago and 5 months ago.. No comments.. I see a problem here.. betting you do as well.. shall we let it slide or give Dave some shit about it..

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 12:35 AM

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Still surprised no one noticed this.. what ya think..

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 1:19 AM

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it's just past midnight or so Monday night, and have the joint to myself.. I should let this play out as a trivia question.. one of those "whats wrong with the pic" deals.. But as its late, and i won't be on early tomorrow, will just skip to the chase.. also think its pretty obvious so will get on with it.. First a quick back ground on the commander, it came in two versions.. .

The Combat Commander, a 4 (and i think, not into wiki) 1/4 " bbl as opposed to the standard 1911's 5" bbl.. and the light weight Commander.. The light weight had an alloy frame, and kept the weight down by about 10 oz.. Standard for a 1911 is 39 oz.. and (back to the thinking, but not checking lol) deal the LW is around 29 oz...

In either event the schematic above is absolutly NOT a commander.. Your looking at a 5" good old fashioned (bless em) 1911.. No question on the bbl length, and ALL commanders had the roe or round hammer.. They were known for that more than anything.. As the frame size is the same the only way to tell is bbl length, and the hammer.. this puppy is a 5" 1911.. period..

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 8:05 AM

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 8:11 AM

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Yup

Has the right hammer, Man I miss my steel frame.

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 8:18 AM

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probably the most perfect model handgun ever produced

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 8:25 AM

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Knesek, don't let the

Glockaroo's hear you say that, they will be all over you....LOL!

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4 years 29 weeks ago, 8:33 AM

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hahaha

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