Would this be legal within the new rules ?

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Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by C.Perkins on 4/22/2015, 4:31 pm

Installed on an M9 would this be legal within the new rules ?

http://shopping.mastergunparts.com/cubecart/index.php?_a=product&product_id=74
Just curious.

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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by sixftunda on 4/22/2015, 5:46 pm

I know previously that it was not legal because it changes the external dimensions of the gun.  I looked at the rules and now I'm not totally sure anymore. 

I have one of those bushings.  Instead of using it I glued a piece of plastic shotgun hull in the top of the slide.  Doesn't change the outside look and definitely tightened my groups up.
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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by DavidR on 4/23/2015, 11:35 am

I think that would being it fits in the slide Sams uses something like that I think, what wasn't allowed was the one that had to be screwed onto the ene of the slide


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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by Ed Hall on 4/24/2015, 11:04 am

Irrelevant text removed...-ech


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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by DavidR on 4/24/2015, 2:43 pm

Ed Hall wrote:
DavidR wrote:I think that would being it fits in the frame...
???

Sorry I meant slide not frame.
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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by Ed Hall on 4/25/2015, 8:10 am

6.3.2 Approved Service Pistol Modifications, second item says:

"Barrel bushings or cone sleeves on barrels. "


I would consider the OP's subject to be a barrel bushing.

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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by C.Perkins on 4/25/2015, 10:11 am

Thanks for your interpretations of the rule book to the question.
I was unclear but thought that it would be legal also since there is no drilling for a nose piece as per the old rule which it changes the external appearance.

Reason I asked here was because I asked the question to the CMP and their answer was citing the rule number and no defenitive answer/ clarification for that particular barrel bushing.

So I guess it is up to our interpretation ?

Maybe I am just over thinking it just like the compensator rule on .22 EIC pistol.

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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by nmbuzz on 11/7/2015, 2:57 pm

DIDN'T WANT TO START A NEW THREAD>
I can't seem to find a definitive answer to the following in the 6.3.2 rules or the approved pistols.

I am told a Springfield Trophy Match pistol with a 4lb trigger is a legal pistol under the new rules. The stock pistol
comes with a beaver tail grip safety and an extended mag well. 

  Does it then follow that a mil spec 1911 with the grip safety and mag well added would also be a legal pistol?
       Thanks for any enlightenment.      NMBUZZ
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Re: Would this be legal within the new rules ?

Post by Sc0 on 11/11/2015, 7:41 pm

Doesn't look like the mag-well is a legal modification but the beavertail grip safety is good-to-go.

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