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    Quote Originally Posted by ndmiller View Post
    Anyone know if this will fit the standard cut Les Baer uses? Are there other standard cuts?
    I have a set coming tomorrow from Brownells for my LB PII.

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    One should be aware that Baer has two styles of rear sights. One is their "Bomar" adjustable look alike and the other is the Novak fixed sight style, they are not the same and not interchangeable. Harrison offer both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    He built a beautiful 1911 for Chuck Petrie. John Harrison is an excellent smith.
    Yes he did!! Chuck's 1911 is a beautiful weapon!!
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    He built two 1911s for Chuck Petrie. One was a Colt stainless Rail gun and the other was a full house retro style Colt series 70.

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    Harrison FCG parts are ichiban/tops.
    Easiest, best quality hammer/sears out there to get a top notch 1911 trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Harrison FCG parts are ichiban/tops.
    Easiest, best quality hammer/sears out there to get a top notch 1911 trigger.
    Brownells is having a sale on those parts right now. Maybe it's time to place another order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    He built two 1911s for Chuck Petrie. One was a Colt stainless Rail gun and the other was a full house retro style Colt series 70.
    That retro one was the one I was thinking of. Beautiful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Harrison FCG parts are ichiban/tops.
    Easiest, best quality hammer/sears out there to get a top notch 1911 trigger.
    How difficult are they to fit? Especially if one is mostly concerned with having a safe gun and not so much having a great trigger?

    Also, for anyone who knows: Are Harrison triggers any more difficult to fit than any other 1911 trigger (other than the overtravel stop)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainRaven View Post
    How difficult are they to fit? Especially if one is mostly concerned with having a safe gun and not so much having a great trigger?

    Also, for anyone who knows: Are Harrison triggers any more difficult to fit than any other 1911 trigger (other than the overtravel stop)?
    Using the Harrison "True Radius" sear and one of John's hammers, I have simply "dropped in" parts that resulted in a safe and very good Trigger job.
    A bit of tweaking the sear spring, reducing hammer hook height and secondary angle on sear results in a superior trigger job.

    His triggers, with "blind" overtravel adjust require moderate fitting.

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    I've had Mr. Harrison install some tall GI sights on a couple of my series 70 Colt's. If you have any of the newer production Colt with the standard rear sight- these are the same height as the factory blade style. However they are much thicker but slightly rounded on top so as not to dig in your side while carrying.

    https://shop.harrisoncustom.com/hd-003-retro-rear-sight

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