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Can I Shoot 45 Super In My 1911

Can I Shoot 45 Super In My 1911. You will want to put the front sight dot in between the back sights to aim properly. Use the picture for reference.

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Of course the 625 would need no changes to it. Underwood is excellent ammo and their claimed fps meets or exceeds actual velocity. This is an easy one.

Then Some Of The Users Here Helpfully Pointed Out That 10Mm Would Be A Pain In The Ass To Do But Mentioned.45 Super As A Possible Alternative.

Walked into a gun store that i normally just spend time looking around checking out their sig offerings when the sales guy says look what we took in yesterday and pulls out a used but unfired 1911 stainless super target. You will want to put the front sight dot in between the back sights to aim properly. Today was my first test firing and it looks like i’m having some signs of over pressure.

I Do Have Experience With The 10Mm In My Delta Elite.

No, a standard 1911 and super would be a bad idea. New guide rod ($25), springs ($8) and a firing pin stop (haven't found one yet). The 1911 in 10mm works just fine without the stuff ace recommends for a 45 super conversion and if it doesnt need it with the 10mm, it doesnt with a round that generates far less chamber pressure and slide velocity.

That Is Only 100 Fps Slower Than Their 45 Super.

My original ideas were.460 rowland or 10mm. I also installed a square bottom firing pin stop. On my quest for turning my springfield 1911 loaded target 45 into a short range deer killer i have started down the 45 super path.

Once You Are Lined Up Correctly With Your Target.

(maybe i should stick to 40 super instead). This is an easy one. I am wondering if there would be and ill effects if i shot.45 super out of a new 1911 pistol or a tough glock or s&w m&p.45??

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I Still Have A Couple Of Boxes Of Ammo On The Shelf.

1911.45 super conversion instructional video.i show how to convert a 1911 to shoot the mighty.45 super with just a few simple changes. It is essentially a.45 acp +p+. If you load your own ammo, be sure to use 45 super brass (starline is your best source) as it has a much thicker case web than 45 acp brass.