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Old 03-08-2016, 02:46 PM   #16
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The shark fin LCI will ruin a tight custom holster, such as my full-detail Rosen 5JR.
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Old 03-09-2016, 03:29 PM   #17
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Nice job! Great looking gun. Considering that config, but maybe w/ rubber grips. I thought Sig sells that model with your aluminum grip. The screws are cool too. Good pics.
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Nice job! Great looking gun. Considering that config, but maybe w/ rubber grips. I thought Sig sells that model with your aluminum grip. The screws are cool too. Good pics.
THANKS!!!!

I had limited choice on this one... They are on back order so had to get what they had...
Came with white plastic grips (ugly)

The aluminum grips that I got are thinner than stock, so makes the gun slim, the checkering is sharp and easy to grip! I like how it feels, but have not tried the rubber....

I am happy with how it turned out!

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Don't know if "Peoples Republic of Kalifornia" requires Microstamping on the firing pin... I know they were looking at Microstamping the firing pin tip and one other location to mark spent cases..

I don't know the second location...(anyone know?)

I was able to get a new firing pin and installed it last night...

Just because I'm paranoid, does not mean they are not out to get me!

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Don't know if "Peoples Republic of Kalifornia" requires Microstamping on the firing pin... I know they were looking at Microstamping the firing pin tip and one other location to mark spent cases..

I don't know the second location...(anyone know?)

I was able to get a new firing pin and installed it last night...

Just because I'm paranoid, does not mean they are not out to get me!

Thanks,
John G.
AFAIK, no pistols sold in CA have microstamping. Pistols that were on-roster before the requirement came into effect aren't subject to the requirement. And no pistol has been added to the roster since.
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AFAIK, no pistols sold in CA have microstamping. Pistols that were on-roster before the requirement came into effect aren't subject to the requirement. And no pistol has been added to the roster since.
That explains why I cant find it!
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Magazine disconnect

so when I punch the pin out do the items fall out of the top of the gun and what should fall out ? As far as using a modified gun to be carried in California the answer is NO you can't but hell most of us cops don't care about the MD anyway, another bull law.


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used some red Lock-Tight to hold the pin in after removing the unneeded parts
Why the locktite?
Did you punch the pin out from the wrong side and enlarge the hole?
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