This is my Premeire II, its got about 60-70K rounds through her.
The rebuild consists of:
Fresh Kart barrel.
Ed Brown; safety,ejector, oversize bushing, G.I. guide rod and plug,pin and spring rebuild kit, extended tactical mag release, and slide stop.
From MARS I got there ILAP Gen II MSH with integrated lanyard attachment with welded magwell.
Dawson Precision sent their light rail with adaptor for a Surefire X200A.
Tyzk sent their linen micarta grips in a black with od green grains/layers.
The gun will eventulally be sent to Walter Birdsong for finishing.
O.D. green on the frame, black T everywhere else.
I can't decide if I should rip the Bomars off and install Novaks, what's your vote?
The bomars have dot/front, bar/rear tritium already.
It will be and "do everything" pistol...
Classes, plinking, carry...
You da man!
Does Novak make a replacement for the Bo-Mar cut? I was not aware of one. A regular Novak Lo-Mount has a much shorter cut from front to back than the Bo-Mar, and if they don't make a replacement, you may be SOL on that one.
If he's going to have it refinished anyway, he could probably have the Bomar cut welded and recut for Novaks if they don't have one that will fit.
Neither Novak or Heinie make anything I want that fits the Bomar cut so...
Yea, it needs to be welded up and re-cut.
I'm having a hard time justifying it but...
What say you?
I guess it depends on the cost. I know who I would send it to in Ga. Jim Stroh at Alpha Precision does some awesome welding. I guess you would have to weigh it against the cost of a new LBC slide. Short of some rough duty use, I would feel quite fine with Bo-Mars, but that's me. If I thought it would be used for military or LEO use, I would opt for something a little stronger. YMMV.