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This thing apparently uses a .075" firing pin, and both Brownells and EGW (the only makers of it I've been able to find) have been out of it for a good while now. Is there some way around this, or some other source?
 

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I believe SA uses a 9mm firing pin in their .45 1911's
You could look a Wilson Combat's bulletproof firing pin

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Rather than using a firing pin blocking safety, Springfield uses a small diameter titanium pin with a heavy mainspring. If you replace the titanium pin with a heavier steel one, be sure to use a heavier firing pin spring to cut the risk of slam fire.
 

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I have actually ordered a couple of parts directly from SA before. Never had any issues.
 
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