As noted, the 1911 magazine catch holds a number of different functions in the M1911 pistol. The magazine catch is a part of the magazine catch assembly, which includes the magazine catch, the magazine catch lock and the magazine catch spring. With the M1911, the magazine catch is responsible for locking the magazine into the frame of the pistol. Similarly, depressing the magazine catch will release the magazine from the frame. In the 1911, the magazine catch is located in the frame of the pistol just behind the trigger. This newly manufactured part was manufactured to mil-spec 1911 specifications and features a black oxide finish. Note that a wide variety of the 1911 magazine catches exists. Ours is designed specifically for mil-spec pistols.
Spare parts are an important consideration when it comes to firearms. Like any machine, firearms rely on a series of parts to function properly, especially all components that impact the firing sequence. In general, if a part breaks or fails, a repair or replacement becomes necessary immediately – not only to keep a firearm functioning properly but also to ensure the safety of yourself and those around you.
It is also important to consider availability. At this time, Keepshooting.com is seeking to provide our customers with a wide selection of replacement parts for the M1911 pistol. Several parts are now readily available on our website at an affordable price. If you have any need for spare parts, now would be a good time to take advantage of this offering.
Magazine catches are one of the most commonly replaced parts on firearms of all sorts. As such, you should ensure that you are well prepared in the event that you need to replace it by picking up a 1911 magazine catch from Keepshooting.com.
|Gun Model||1911 MilSpec|
|Manufacture Status||Newly Designed Item|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
This one little item is the only thing that holds your mag in place
If you feel like your mags and not locking in nice and tight tor if you bought a used 1911 with a oversized Mag Button on it then go back to this OEM style and it will cure the problems right up for you
I like the OEM parts since they have been working for over 100 years now