How do you take mag apart for cleaningIf a metal base was made the mag would be the same length as it is now. I cut about .200", before fitting the floor plate, and welding in place. For it to be a slip in base plate the mag tube would have to be re-formed and the floor plate formed to match. Tooling costs would not make it reasonable. The welded floor plate is traditional anyway, and a cleaner look.
Interesting how soon we forget. :shock: The fixed metal floor plate is the original 1911 design. Same way. Compress the follower, pin the spring through the witness hole, shake out the follower, release the spring. Reverse to assemble.How do you take mag apart for cleaning
I had log man from 1911Forum - Powered by vBulletin mod 2 of my EMP mags this week.
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He did a great job on them.
I sent them off Monday and had them back Friday.
He charges $20.00 per mag plus $7.00 for Priority mail return, so one is $27.00 or two is $47.00 and three $67.00, and so on.
He only takes Postal money orders for payments.
You do lose a round with this mod, but I had no problem with that.
I was already used to carrying either a Sig P239 or my Kimber CDP Ultra.
Both of them are 8 +1 anyway.
He says he can do this mod to either 9mm or 40cal EMP mags.
And now I have witness holes....
Top hole is used to hold the spring to take them apart for cleaning.
How do I contact log man
I like it...
Not sure if you contacted him yet, but as UGADawgs mentioned, click on your account (click in the outlined M in the upper right corner in the title bar above), select conversations, select "start conversation', put log man in the "to:" line.How do I contact log man??