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Some have reported good results from replacing the roll pin with a solid one, but others have had problems with the harder pin then wearing the hole in the slide.
Compressing a sliver of shok-buff under the sight body, so the sight isn't bouncing off the stops with each shot, should help it last.
This is my first post and great to have other shooters with knowledge to answer some tuff questions.
This is my first Colt, it is a Gold Cup National Match MK/IV / Series 70 serial #70N23060.
I had a Series 80 Gold Cup slide on a gun, and within a few hundred rounds all the pins and adjustment detents broke. If your gun has been shot a lot, and the sight is still stuck on and adjusts properly, then someone may have done some preventive maintenance already.
The only wear is a thinning of the black finish on the front strap and a couple of very small spots on the back strap. Click for more info This is a .45 ACP Colt 1911 manufactured in 1918. This Colt 1911 has been completely restored by Turnbull, to its factory original co ... The slide and frame have been blued to match its period correct finish. Click for more info Shows carry wear throughout and some blue loss to the top of the slide. My dad just brought me his 1911 model Colt .45, I'm curious if any one can tell me what year it was manufactured, how rare it is and it's possible value? By entering this site you declare you are 18 or older, you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility. If any one here can help me out on info that would be great! I'm no expert, but I would say the value is 0-700,,,from what I've seen at gun shows and such. You saw it's pretty well worn on the outside, chances are if it was an issue gun, it's pretty well worn in the inside as well.
Jim If it's been shot a lot and the collet bushing is intact, it's probably going to stay intact.