Thank you. It did take longer. But the time passed quicker since my mind was more engaged. The watching, assessing, and adjusting the texture beat just filling inside the borders with stipples. The border takes a spell to do also. I have other ideas for this.Nice work. Must have taken awhile to do this.
Yeah. With the higher shelf now you have to see if your mag body is hitting your ejector and file clearance if it is and you also eat up some of the space for the mag stop and frame to play together.Just a reliabilty CYA on this one. I used a Wilson and Ed Brown on a couple others and there were no issues. Are you thinking its unnecessary? Maybe save the higher shelf for problem feeders?
I shortened and reshaped the ejector but I haven’t test fired it again. Refined the trigger pull.l a little.Did you ever correct that ejector issue? You filed off the thicker part of the ejector that puts the nose closer to the breech face making it a government profile ejector.
I’ve found that a 9mm ejector likes to hit high for good ejection. It looks like you have a pretty good bevel on the top making it contact lower on the case.