The receiver of the pistol is polished
and deburred. All moving parts are polished for a smoother action.
Then the springs are tuned and the timing is adjusted accordingly.
Open Rear Sights
rear sight is machined out using a mill, this helps your eyes focus
on the front sight.
Bead blasting is the process of dulling
the surface to a matte finish by applying fine glass beads or sand at
a high pressure.
Jeweling, what is shown on the hammer
and trigger in the picture above, is a finish that can be applied to
almost any gun.
Cut Barrel and Ejector Rod Housing
The barrel is cut to preferred length.
If the length is under 4 5/8 in. the ejector rod and housing will be
trimmed to fit. Sights are available upon request.
Old sights are removed, brass sights
are machined and installed.
Fit Grip Frame
Grip frames are fitted and polished to
Spurs are cut off and
welded to your hammers. They are polished to a seamless finish.
Barrels are made from barrel
blanks, they are cut down to your preferred length and threaded to
fit your pistol. The barrels are machined into their octagon shape.
They are then polished, crowned, and their forcing cones are
polished. The ejector rod housing is installed. If the length of the
barrels are less than 4 5/8 in. then the ejector rod housing is
fitted. The barrels are then adjusted to the cylinders and new brass
sights are installed.