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Thread: 50,000 (now 88K) rounds and counting: Springfield Operator

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWT View Post
    Why do you come to this sub forum and this thread to lecture everyone on what is regurgitated all over the internet?

    Current discussion aside - thereís literally countless 1911 vs everything else threads.

    Both platforms have merits and issues. This discussion has also been played out a billion times.

    I only jump in because I respect and follow Nedís work and I donít want to see the thread hijacked into yet another tired endless debate.

    I mean this with all due respect.

    God Bless,

    Brandon
    Love the guns, shoot them better than just about anything. The fact remains though that they require a higher level of gunsmithing ability than a simple parts change to keep them operational long term. That's all I'll say. Thank you for your courtesy.

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    Love the 1911-bubba tea fights, complete with purse slaps.

    Thanks for the entertainment, I enjoy it and seeing the local 19-eleben types shoot a mag or two before having to jimmy with this or that, before going back into the range bag.
    - Rhino

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    How's the Operator? Any updates or photos?

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    No news but I 'll be seeing it this spring no doubt.

    The old 150,000-plus Colt with the new top end, now at 12,000. (Starting I think at post #202)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Christiansen View Post

    Cracktrackerpic. I will eventually just mill this right out unless if falls off first. No downside, really.
    What is cracked in this picture?
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    I see a crack roughly parallel with frame rail, just above plunger tube.

    The frame cutout for slidestop is a common stress/crack area.

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    Thanks, that's what I thought but I didn't understand Ned's comment to go along with the picture.
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