Well yesterday i got a TM1911 being my usaual curious self i wanted to know how it worked so i opened up the frame and part GM1-46 fell out after an hour of figuring out where that part went in i finially got it in. Then not learning my lesson i opened up the slide. After takeing out the outer barrel and recoil springs out i desided to remove the blowback unit. First i unscrewed the back of it then i proceeded to prying it out, then some how a spring (GM1-15) got cuaght on the rear sight, the spring bended. When i finially got the blowback unit out i discovered the deformed spring then i proceeded to epirement and tape the top of gthe blowback unit so the spring would pop out.
Right now i just got done with putting a rubber o-ring into the valve of the TM 1911 magazine in an effort to save propane. I got the o-ring from a cheap $1.60 cigar lighter.