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    Wow, that's some fancy metal work.

    Ned, you can hijack this HP thread anytime.


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    Yeah, your contributions are more than welcome in any thread I start, so not a hijack in the least.

    This has, luckily, turned into a decent high power thread with some good information and some beautiful pistols.

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    Very kind of you. Or in Yoopertalk, "youse". (Yooper = someone from the Upper Peninsula of MI).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Don Williams is a great BHP/P-35 Smith..
    Yes. Here's mine...
    It has an aluminum frame and hard chrome finish. Yes, aluminum can be hard chromed. It just has to be nickel plated first. It has a custom extended safety, 3 dot sights, new springs and is minus the magazine disconnect safety.
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    So youse from Escanaba eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Yes. Here's mine...
    It has an aluminum frame and hard chrome finish. Yes, aluminum can be hard chromed. It just has to be nickel plated first. It has a custom extended safety, 3 dot sights, new springs and is minus the magazine disconnect safety.
    Before:

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    Nice one!

    I resurrected a shot, T series that had brass shim stock brazed to slide for a FS.
    It turned out similar.
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Yes. Here's mine...
    It has an aluminum frame and hard chrome finish. Yes, aluminum can be hard chromed. It just has to be nickel plated first. It has a custom extended safety, 3 dot sights, new springs and is minus the magazine disconnect safety.
    Before:

    After:

    Man that turned out VERY Nice. I was going to leave my stock, with the exception of some new grips to replace the shitty Hogue rubber, but now you have me thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Yes. Here's mine...
    It has an aluminum frame and hard chrome finish. Yes, aluminum can be hard chromed. It just has to be nickel plated first. It has a custom extended safety, 3 dot sights, new springs and is minus the magazine disconnect safety.
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    After:

    I like those grips.

    Not so much so on the wood version that is near identical.

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    I asked B&T about the provenance of these Arms Unlimited pistols, since they imported them. Their answer was "a European Police Agency." They weren't more specific than that and I really didn't expect them to be......

    I changed out the grips and installed a new extractor pin that was messed up when removing the extractor. Looks much better now.

    Last edited by HKGuns; 12-03-23 at 18:18.

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    I removed the damned magazine safety from my pistol now. MUCHO better.

    It was a very simple process.

    Removal:
    - Remove the slide from the frame
    - Remove the Magazine safety pin (circled in yellow below)
    - Slide the trigger lever away from the ejection side and push back a smidge
    - Pop out the mag safety button and spring that gets depressed when inserting a mag (You'll see it at the front of the magwell sticking out.)



    Assembly:
    - Slide the trigger lever back into place
    - Re-insert the magazine safety pin for aesthetics, or leave it out
    - Put the slide back on the frame

    Done.
    Last edited by HKGuns; 12-03-23 at 18:43.

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