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Old 05-01-2012, 10:03 AM
dingpcruz dingpcruz is offline
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Bul m5

Any experience with BUL M5? Specs looks good, so as pricing. My only concern is parts and serviceability. Will standard 1911 parts fit into this pistol? I am thinking of getting a 9 mm or a .40 cal. Govt model.
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:47 PM
guysmith guysmith is offline
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Be safe and shoot straight.
D&D Bren Ten M&P 45 acp, Mitchell Gold Series '95, S/A Champion SS Loaded, Sig P228, S&W 657 41 Magnum.
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:56 PM
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Originally Posted by guysmith View Post
er ok...

had an M5 in 45 back when they where trading frames for slides with Kimber. It ran like a champ, then it got stolen... I currently have a Kimber Poly Pro that's basically the same gun and again, it's been flawless.

depending on the size, 5" or Pro size etc, most parts are standard 1911 except for the trigger, mag catch, mainspring housing (it has unique grooves), mags and most ambi safeties . Single safeties are fine as are all springs, hammers, sears, slide stops and barrels (again depending on size).
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