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Springfield 7 years 2 months ago #69


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Perhaps its only some of the Springfield models that have that hex screw on the 2-piece guide rod (I'm not sure); other than that, it's takes down like any other 1911.
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Springfield 7 years 2 months ago #77

AHHHH... one of those yea to be honest I have never had one of those guide rods in a 1911. I'm not convinced of the benefit...
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Springfield 7 years 2 months ago #78


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Mine has the two piece guide rod you have to capture. It's not like most other 1911s I've seen.. Both glocks and all 4 sigs are much quicker to tear apart clean and reassemble.
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