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Been out of SASS for awhile, trying to get back started and came across this Wild Bunch stuff. It appears there is a match within driving distance from me.
I still have my first SASS rifle, a stock Rossi 92 in 44 mag. Not great, still stiff, but should do.
Have several original 97's, and a Norinco. Got the Nori out last night and was surprised that it will just hold 6 rounds and functions. What is this follower and spring mod I read about? Is it necessary?
Picked up an RIA GI 45 last week. So far it has been dead reliable, even shot it while running a guy through qualification course last night. Shoots a touch low past 15 yards, but the stock sights are dead centered. Slide to frame fit is tight, as is barrel bushing. Around 150 rounds through it so far, be interested to see how it holds up.
I have a molded leather pancake holster for the pistol, and leather mag pouch. Will this holster suffice?

Boggus Deal:
That will certainly get you started.

Sounds like you are good to go with necessary irons.  The "six round follower and spring" are just that, sounds like you already have a shotgun that will hold six in the magazine.  Keep in mind that most shooters bring 5 to 7 magazines for the 1911 to the line.  You may need more magazine pouches.  They may let you stage some magazines until you get fully fixed with leather.

Have Fun

Yeah, I have already talked to my leather guy about some pouches, new belt, etc.
Anybody shot one of the RIA for awhile with a lot of rounds? Do the MIM internals hold up?

Garrison Joe:
Don't know how long the MIM fire control parts hold up.  Mine didn't stay in after the first 5 round function check.   Tool steel replacements installed and fitted immediately.



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