I'll just give a link:
Don't know why it's so fuzzy, the scanned photo was fine-- is that Photopoint or my scanner?
Anyway-- front and rear sights made from barstock and tritium inserted, full-profile screw-in bushing made from barstock, Bar-Sto barrel, pre-and-overtravel taken out of the trigger linkage, checkered on the frontstrap and backstrap. One of the other boards had a discussion going about thin frontstraps on BHP's. I have a checkering form that makes this much less of a problem-- the points are still at 90 degrees (which I prefer over 60 degrees, especially for a carry gun), and you can still go 20 LPI, but they are only half as deep. The hammer has also been lightened. Since this photo I have changed out the hammer for one less radically lightened, as this pistol has relocated, its raison d'etre has become more serious, and replacement parts are no longer just a phone call away for it. The front sight is pocketed in and silver brazed in place, the rear sight is dovetailed in, everything zeroed, and then cross-pinned along the slide's axis, underneath the FP stop. Should be able to beat my way out of an overturned taxi without losing zero. It waits with 5 13-round mags, 1 20 rounder, an Alessi Hideout holster, and an oldy-but-goody JGS holster and double mag pouch (from Behlert Custom Guns ca. 1983).