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Model 1910 Drill and Tapped Receiver help!
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December 27, 2023 - 12:22 am
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So I removed the screws from the upper receiver that were drilled and tapped back in the day, and I saw the rear 2 holes go straight through, the most forward hole does not. I honestly don’t know if this is ok? Is the enough pressure left once the bolt heads rearward to be dangerous?

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Steven Gabrielli said Is the enough pressure left once the bolt heads rearward to be dangerous?

Not a cause for concern.  Getting the ammo for it–that’s a concern.

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Thank you my friend, I was getting ready to take a blood pressure pill. Ammo is in process. Finding a mount is another story. Any ideas on that?

 

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 Finding a mount is another story. Any ideas on that?Steven Gabrielli said

  

“Pill” did you say?  My daily dose is a handful.  Finding a mount is much less concerning:  just buy one of the many “rails” that accept Weaver rings, such as those made by EGW.  They might make one the exact length you need, but if not, buy one a little longer & cut it off with a hacksaw; then drill the holes you need.  I’ve done it, proving it CAN’T be hard!

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