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Posted: 12/3/2016 10:13:13 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/3/2016 11:37:12 PM EST by JIMBEAM]
Who makes them?

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Slide
Link Posted: 12/3/2016 11:30:22 PM EST
Hecho en China

and in the description of the slide it tells you who made it 
Link Posted: 12/3/2016 11:48:27 PM EST
Don't know who made the ejector but do yourself a favor buy a Wilson or EGW ejector. they aren't a lot of money and an excellent part.
Link Posted: 12/4/2016 9:54:02 AM EST
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Don't know who made the ejector but do yourself a favor buy a Wilson or EGW ejector. they aren't a lot of money and an excellent part.
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Thanks I was hoping they were quality. PSA has Wilson parts in stock a few miles from my house. I may have to do this John Cash style, one piece at a time.

Link Posted: 12/4/2016 12:38:36 PM EST
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Thanks I was hoping they were quality. PSA has Wilson parts in stock a few miles from my house. I may have to do this John Cash style, one piece at a time.
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Farrow Road?
They always seemed to have more parts on hand. Just wish the website wasn't always "out of stock"..

I miss PSA...
Link Posted: 12/4/2016 1:28:29 PM EST
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Farrow Road?
They always seemed to have more parts on hand. Just wish the website wasn't always "out of stock"..

I miss PSA...
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Mt Pleasant
Link Posted: 12/4/2016 3:28:43 PM EST
See how the sku starts with "jma" that stands for John masen. In other words crap. The slide is made in Turkey, iirc. I believe others have had fair luck with the slide. Cdnn did have some Remington parts that were good but are mostly out of stock now. John masen makes shit! I bought a msh that wouldn't even come close to fitting a Springfield frame. Also I've read reviews of their hammers on another sight, the angles are all wrong and require extensive fitting.
Link Posted: 12/4/2016 9:09:09 PM EST
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Originally Posted By AASG:
See how the sku starts with "jma" that stands for John masen. In other words crap. The slide is made in Turkey, iirc. I believe others have had fair luck with the slide. Cdnn did have some Remington parts that were good but are mostly out of stock now. John masen makes shit! I bought a msh that wouldn't even come close to fitting a Springfield frame. Also I've read reviews of their hammers on another sight, the angles are all wrong and require extensive fitting.
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This is the truth. Bought a John Masen hammer and sear that were total JUNK. Stay far away!
Link Posted: 12/4/2016 9:22:28 PM EST
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This is the truth. Bought a John Masen hammer and sear that were total JUNK. Stay far away!
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Originally Posted By AASG:
See how the sku starts with "jma" that stands for John masen. In other words crap. The slide is made in Turkey, iirc. I believe others have had fair luck with the slide. Cdnn did have some Remington parts that were good but are mostly out of stock now. John masen makes shit! I bought a msh that wouldn't even come close to fitting a Springfield frame. Also I've read reviews of their hammers on another sight, the angles are all wrong and require extensive fitting.


This is the truth. Bought a John Masen hammer and sear that were total JUNK. Stay far away!



Thanks for the heads-up.
Link Posted: 12/5/2016 7:12:04 AM EST
Some of the stuff I got from them listed as OEM was Colt
Link Posted: 12/5/2016 10:27:14 AM EST
Probably original equipment on a tisas. You would end up hating those sights anyway, find a slide with a dovetailed front. Somebody was blowing out NOS para slides for comparable prices, sarco?
Link Posted: 12/6/2016 8:48:51 AM EST
I run the CCDN slide on my PSA build. The sights are fine, replacing them is where it sucks. The front sight has a narrow tenon, where all the good front sights have wide tenon.


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Originally Posted By DVCER:
Probably original equipment on a tisas. You would end up hating those sights anyway, find a slide with a dovetailed front. Somebody was blowing out NOS para slides for comparable prices, sarco?
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Link Posted: 12/11/2016 11:16:46 AM EST
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Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:


Mt Pleasant
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Never went to the Mt Pleasant store.
When I was in Columbia my first apartment was about two miles from Farrow Road, my second was about five miles from the Fernandina Store.
The guys and gals at Farrow were absolutely awesome to deal with.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 12:29:32 PM EST
Remington parts back bought a few items.
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