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I ordered the following goodies to go on my Warrior. I also ordered a sight pusher to remove and install the new rear sight.


http://www.brownells.com/aspx/ns/st...7615&title=1911 AUTO PRECISION QUALITY BARREL

http://www.brownells.com/aspx/ns/st...x?p=24583&title=1911 AUTO TACTICAL SLIDE STOP

http://www.brownells.com/aspx/ns/st...88&title=KIMBER PROFESSIONAL GRADE REAR SIGHT


In case anyone is wondering, this is what everything will be going in.
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Yup, pics are a must.
 

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The one with the two tritium dots. If you click on the last link you'll notice that it says the other two were dropped by the factory.

I'll definitely post some after pictures, but the most noticeable outward change will be the rear sight.
 

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Because it is hard to have one these things and not tinker with it. And because I want to.
 

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I forgot the most important reason. My wife wanted me to get a hobby.
 

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Some rear sights are fit tighter than others. Kimber's fit their rear sights really tight. Once you have it set, you'll nver have to worry about movement.

Brownell's has sight pushers. A really good investment, IMO. Enjoy!
 

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fyi
I carry a similar setup sometimes (a rail 1911 with M3 light attached). If you don't have a holster, Blade-Tech will make you one to fit the gun, with light attached, for about $75. The holster is secure and your draw speed does not suffer due to the light being attached.
 
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