|justme ||08-22-2016 12:26 PM |
jmb, something I've always wanted to ask you
wtf did you "think" a pivoting link was needed at both ends of your 1905 model's barrel? :-) I mean, I can see it as a starting point, but wouldn't your second prototype try to get away from that complication? Yet you made 100's of the 1905 with that weakness built into them.
|BigBassMan ||08-22-2016 01:29 PM |
He is allowed one screw up, he got all the others right!
|John in AR ||08-22-2016 01:34 PM |
Agree with both of you. That approach was overly complicated and you would think that would be obvious pretty quick, but no way around the fact that the guy was a whole lot smarter than me when it comes to that stuff.
|BigBassMan ||08-22-2016 01:50 PM |
Too bad Colt did not take the Hi Power an run with it. But FN most likely made a better gun as far as quality.
|Terry G ||08-22-2016 01:55 PM |
[QUOTE=BigBassMan;244649]Too bad Colt did not take the Hi Power an run with it. But FN most likely made a better gun as far as quality.[/QUOTE]Colt management has made a lot of really dumb calls over two Centuries. The Colt 2000? Anybody could have done better than that thing
|BigBassMan ||08-22-2016 02:04 PM |
Colt has not made a good gun since the 70 series, only weak spot in it was that damm collet bushing.
|Terry G ||08-22-2016 02:20 PM |
Carried and shot my Series '70 for 20 years. Collet never broke; the extractor did.
|justme ||08-22-2016 06:28 PM |
there are other weak spots. the bushing in general and the spring plug are weak spots. so are the internal extractor, the area under the retaining pin for the mainspring housing, the half-supported feed ramp, the safety/slidelock plunger/housing. The collet bushing, if properly fitted, lasts for 10K+ rds, and costs just $10 to replace. Big deal. Many other handguns can't handle 10k rds of .45 at all, before major parts breakage occurs.
|All times are GMT -7. The time now is 09:45 AM. || |
Powered by vBulletin 3.8.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
SEO by vBSEO 3.6.1
vBulletin Security provided by
vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) -
vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2020 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
Copyright © 2003 - 2011 Arms Locker. All rights reserved.