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Do It Yourself M1911A1 Inspection and Function Test

As I outlined earlier in this series on the inspection and function testing of the 1911, I always look for previous efforts to gunsmith a firearm. And, as with any other firearm sporting previous work, some of these efforts will be blatantly evident, and some will be subtler. In Part 1, I suggested checking the magazine well for evidence of poor gunsmithing as an example of previous work that’s easy to spot. http://goo.gl/50ZnjR

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Do It Yourself M1911A1 Inspection and Function Test

Column two in this four-part series covered the inspection of the barrel and bushing assembly. In this installment, we’ll focus on the slide and its internal parts, and we’ll tie everything together in the final installment.  When inspecting the slide assembly, always look for previous work. If the slide has been squeezed by previous pistolsmiths in order to be “accurized,” then you should look for areas around the thumb safety notch for cracks. http://goo.gl/92bjAT

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Do It Yourself M1911A1 Inspection and Function Test

My previous post covered the initial inspection and function testing of a new or used 1911A1 auto pistol. This time, we’ll cover basic and detailed disassembly and inspection.  Some of the disassembly steps outlined in this entry may or may not exactly match your pistol, depending on things like what type of recoil spring it has, etc. For our purposes here, I’m going to assume that you have a basic 5-inch Government Model in .45 ACP. http://goo.gl/8WXcOf

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Do It Yourself M1911A1 Inspection and Function Test

Gunsmithing: Do Your Own Inspection and Function Testing on the M1911A1 (Part I) By Steve Sieberts The John Browning-designed 1911A1 handgun is, quite rightly, one of the most prolific and popular handguns ever produced. But as they say on those ubiquitous GEICO insurance commercials, "everybody knows that." http://goo.gl/vWzQVp

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Its time for the 5th generation fighter jet T-50
PAK FGFA T-50 SUKHOI/Hal
is the latest ever known fighter jet with its max speet upto 2 mach(2,100-2,600 km/h)
its the first known fifhter jet having capability of carring cruise missiles
and having capability to cary and fire super cruise missile BRAHMOS which has max speed upto 4 mach
so its  a time for a super cruise fighter jet T-50
its owners are India and  Russia
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FGFA T-50
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check out the coolest soldiers
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future masters
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BRAHMOS is a two-stage missile with a solid propellant booster engine as its first stage which brings it to supersonic speed and then gets separated. The liquid ramjet or the second stage then takes the missile closer to 3 Mach speed in cruise phase. Stealth technology and guidance system with advanced embedded software provides the missile with special features.
The missile has flight range of up to 290-km with supersonic speed all through the flight, leading to shorter flight time, consequently ensuring lower dispersion of targets, quicker engagement time and non-interception by any known weapon system in the world.
It operates on ‘Fire and Forget Principle’, adopting varieties of flights on its way to the target. Its destructive power is enhanced due to large kinetic energy on impact. Its cruising altitude could be up to 15 km and terminal altitude is as low as 10 meters. It carries a conventional warhead weighing 200 to 300 kgs.
Compared to existing state-of-the-art subsonic cruise missiles, BRAHMOS has:
3 times more velocity
2.5 to 3 times more flight range
3 to 4 times more seeker range
9 times more kinetic energy
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BRAHMOS
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lets meet to a future soldier
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say how it looks
cool!!!!!
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