Easier, Faster Reloads & Improved Grip
Matched magazine well and mainspring housing aid in fast, positive mag changes without adding bulk to the pistol. Cutout on the front of the magwell speeds removal of stuck mags. Arched mainspring housing lets the web of the hand rest comfortably on the grip safety without pinching, and the smooth surface won’t snag clothing or holster during carry. Machined from chrome-moly or stainless steel bar stock, and heat treated to Rc 28-32 for extra strength. BevelBlock™ mainspring housing has an angled rear bevel for a gap-free fit with the magwell. Kits available in easy-to-install Bolt-On configuration or, for an even more streamlined installation, a Weld/Solder model. Installation requires machining the pistol frame and minor modification to standard grip panels. MaxBevel mainspring housing provides a longer magwell opening for easy reloading without adding bulk. Extra metal at the rear bevel allows shaping to a seamless fit in the factory magwell. Helps the shooter hit the “sweet spot” at the rear of the magwell during combat reloads.
1911, Issue:10, Page:024
Big Book Catalog, Issue:66, Page:112
Sinclair, Issue:1A, Page:022
SPECS: Chrome-moly steel, in-the-white (CM), or stainless steel (SS), natural finish, matte. Fits all single-stack 1911 Government and Commander pistols. Includes instructions. Gunsmith installation recommended.