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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Well it is sort of a Trophy Match. About the only thing that remains is the frame, slide (with rear sight), MSH (gutted), and the grips. And the grips are on the way out. I have always hated the look of the SA grips.

Here is a rundown of the gun:

Wilson Combat Match Grade Barrel & Fitted Bushing
Flush cut & reverse crown barrel
Fully De-MIMed...
Wilson Combat Bulletproof:
>>> slide stop, single side thumb safety, grip safety, sear, disconnector, firing pin stop, extractor, & ejector
Wilson Combat GI guide rod and spring cap
All pins are flush cut with the frame
Colt sear spring
Performance trigger job, just shy of 4#
Dawson fiber optic front sight

 

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Good luck with your new Springfield . . . errr Wilson . . . no Springer . . . I mean Springfield-Wilson. Looks mighty nice and should prove to be a fine shooter. Enjoy!!!
 

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Are you doing all the work on the pistol ? Or If not who ?

Nice list of up grades .
 

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I have not shot it yet (just picked it up yesterday)

No the work was done by Eric Zinn of EZ Performance. He was formerly with the CZ Custom Shop I believe. At any rate the work is exemplary
 

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This one is mine!! After a little TLC, some Wilson Parts and Ion Bond!!
Hey, Jamie, you owe me a call ...Spougie....

Great gun Rick!!!!
 

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Discussion Starter #13 (Edited)
Got rid of the Crossed Cannons

Never have liked those grips, so I went to get something a little more to my liking. But I couldn't make up my mind so I bought them both :roll eyes:

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