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Machinist here, recently my mothers side of the family took my pregnant wife, and 3 year old son and I into their home and took care of us after our house burned down and we lost nearly everything. I will spare you all the details but I want to build them all 1911s as a token of my gratitude.
I will be building them all off 80% frames/recievers, my uncle we be getting an oldschool 1911A1 style, my cousin will be getting a tactical model with a rail, ambi safety extended beavertail, commander hammer, threaded barrel, trijicon night sights, all the bells and whistles, and my Aunt will be getting a stainless steel 1911 polished to a mirror finish, possibly chromed or nickel plated, with ivory or mother of pearl. All of this I know how to do just fine, as I have been building 1911s and AKs for awhile now, and assembling ARs; and yes, your AR is not a build, you assemble it like a big boy lego set.
Anyway, my question lies in the sights. I would like the rear sights to be sapphires, and the front sight to be a ruby. After searching online, I have been unable to find a jeweler or firearms manufacturer that supplies such a part. Im sure I could reach out and have some made, but I want the gun to be practical and functional. I dont want the gemstones flying out of their setting the first time the gun is fired, and I know how fragile jewelry can be. Do any of you know of any company that manufacturers something like gemstone sights?
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hi /k/, /pol/ here. I don't want to see you guys lose your guns. The most recent cinema shooting has caused gun laws to once again come under scrutiny. The way I see it if more people carried, legally, there is less scope for these nuts to kill innocents. Sure, he only killed 2 people but if someone else in there had a gun I doubt he would have killed or wounded as many as he did.
I don't know, what are some good arguments for gun ownership? I know my pro gun stance is rare here in Australia, at least where I live.