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About wwjkc

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  1. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    Looks great! Why is the slide gray colored? Does it come like that?
  2. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    loose the back strap thingy RM
  3. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    it's a Guarder frame that slide might even be a Guarder slide for all intended purpose the guy do stuff for Guarder and they do some work for him Dude you read Chinese, check ARMS COOL Forum you can ask him to sell you just the lower
  4. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    go with Guarder lower frame hmm, someone just brought the that FI steel kit from CRW/BA
  5. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    these grip screws might add a little spice to your 1911 Wolf George, and real steel grip bushings fits all nova frames There's also golden screws too http://wickedgrips.com/product/custom-1911-grip-screw-set-emerald-green-gem/
  6. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    WolfGeorge, golden hex screws will look pretty awesome, you can get the guarder ones and try it out
  7. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    you need some gold grip screws on your SAI Commander
  8. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    Just finished this G34, the last part (the front trigger pin and hammer housing pin) came in today finally. I am calling this my Black build, everything is black (not the trigger bar sadly ) This my ideal gun, zero play when hammer is cocked, the Gunsmodify kit is awesome, good finish and fit, and reasonably price, BTW I used no base gun, everything inside and out is all a mixture of Guarder, Gunsmodify, AIP, Ace 1 arms and real steel parts, the only stock TM part is the mag, which I plan to change when Pro-win release their CNC mag. Onto the parts list, GM is for Gunsmodify, GU is Guarder GM G34 kit with black steel fluted barrel GM zero hammer set with steel rotor GM golden trigger bar GM SAI magwell GM take down lever GM flat trigger with black insert GU steel front chassis GU steel rear chassis GU disconnector GU steel mag release GU aluminum BBU Silverback black piston GU G26 piston with racket valve installed GU extended mag release GU stipple lower frame with all the SAI cuts GU steel parts set&springs GU 150% recoil spring GU hop-up rubber Shooters Design stainless steel guide rod (black oxide finish) ACE 1 Arms 6.04 inner barrel (will change to the guarder black inner barrel later on) AIP aluminum hop-up unit Maple leaf hop-up arm Detonator steel sights Real steel trigger pin and rear housing pin (black oxide finish) Now onto some pictures:
  9. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    the front steel chassis and rear are perfectly matched, very little side to side play in the front of the slide, and no up and down play anywhere on the slide the barrel is secure and there's very minor play when you shake the gun when the hammer is cocked, since I am using a AIP Hop-Up unit so it's very secure however the guide rod which the slide kit sucks, very gritty, it's better to switch to the SD ones Also the size of the rear sight is too big for most real steel sights, that's why I am using the OEM's adjustable rear, found that out the hard way
  10. wwjkc

    Glock Picture Thread

    Good old looking TM G17, not as fancy as some SAI or Agency guns, but nothing beats steel slide and barrel. It have full guarder parts, every since part is made by Guarder, except the trigger pin (real steel), mag and the rear sight (real steel).
  11. yes they do, but you need to mod the firing pin block
  12. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    I don't wanna hear about these grips Nova Operator full build with all after market parts
  13. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    RM, damn it, clean your slide, need a good polish job And where's the Nova grips?
  14. wwjkc

    1911 Picture Thread

    SUCKA! his gonna like his it'll have the magic touch
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