no direct proof that Combat Precision built it, so i bought it as a 70's serial number Combat Commander and priced accordingly. it has chain link front strap, EB chain link magwell, Kart bushing, and a VOA barrel. locks up tight, no rattles, racks smoothly, the small parts are well blended. Colt says it's a 1977 Combat Commander. and it has Heinie sights, ball cut, and carry bevel on the slide
thanks, but i don't do facebook. i paid what i thought it was worth, not by who may or may not have built. the pistol was supposedly built in 2002. it's nice and tight and a good example of a Combat Commander
i should have said, an RCH, i'll chuck the tool up, run it for a few seconds over 1000 grit emory paper, test fit, continue until it does fit snugly. please, oh please forgive me for not reaching your exacting standards. and adios amigo
Sorry I asked questions and tried to understand your process. Don’t post exacting numbers if that is not what you really mean. There are many ways to fit a bushing. Some do it all on a lathe other do it in drill chuck with a file and finish with lapping compound. I was just interested in your method and tools.