Custom 1911 work price list
CUSTOM 1911 SLIDE WORK PRICE LIST 2017
LABOR ONLY- I DO NOT SELL PARTS, YOU MUST SUPPLY YOUR OWN.
1
Machine fit slide to frame (carbon steel only) NO STAINLESS FOR PRECISION BUILDS
90
2
Fit match barrel
150
3
:::: Hybrid barrels- Cut slide slot and fitting- Extra
80
4
Machine frame for Nowlin/Wilson/STI ramped barrel
100
5
Machine frame for Para/Clark ramped barrel
65
6
Fit Novak Rear Sight
90
7
Lighten Slide Rear Scallop (extra low-$85)
65
8
Machine slide cocking serrations (Colt style) Angled- $125
100
9
Reverse Plug Cut (Full shoulder). Flanged cut is $30.
50
10
Fit a standard racker, you supply racker- Brazos $90
60
11
Add a set screw to a racker
25
12
Add a ball and detent to a racker
50
13
Cut Dovetail and fit Front Sight ($10 extra to cut flat if needed)
60
14
Peen On Front Sight ($10 extra to cut flat if needed)
25
15
Three Side Top of Slide (tritop) Each stop, $15 extra, Comp $90 extra
150
16
Flat top slide  Comp is $40 extra
60
17
Machine slide and install BoMar BMCS/Clone (you supply the sight)
100
18
Lower Ejection Port
40
19
Flare Port
35
20
Fit Novak Rear Sight
90
21
Flatten and serrate top of slide
180
22
Fit a barrel bushing ( you supply)
70
23
Fit and tune ejector (you supply)
30
24
Fit and tune extractor (you supply) Aftec style is $15 extra
30
25
Chamber barrel
50
26
Machine STI style cocking serrations
80
27
Drill and tap frame for scope/sight mount- 2 side mount is $20 extra
50
28
Barrel Ports each hole- machine slot in slide is $30 extra
50
29
Blend rear of slide to frame
20
30
Fit a compensator
 
30a
Thread barrel for comp
45
30b
Turn cone down to fit slide
25
30c
Angle end of slide and set comp gap (.010-.015) Trubor & ribbed
barrels $20 extra
40
30d
Machine bottom of comp for guide rod clearance
20
30e
Chase threads on threaded barrel if comp will not fit properly
30
30f
Contour top of comp to match slide ---Ribbed barrels $15 extra
30
30g
Cut sides of comp to match slide
35
30h
Align ream comp to bore
20
31
Blue gun- new build only
150
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
38- Fit Compensator- Depending on who's comp and your slide dimensions (they all
vary), some or all of the above may need to be done.
I do not recommend using stainless steel slides or frames when building a close
tolerance gun. They have a tendency to gall up. If you do, don't complain when it
does. You will have to send it out to get hard chromed.
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS

Sorry, but I do not build guns or install compensators for residents
of California or any other state when there may be a problem with a
state or federal law. So don't send me anything or I will return your
parts at your cost.