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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by gerhard1, Jan 10, 2019.
There's no need to be so inhibited; you just up and tell us how you really feel.
Wonder if these are cast and compressed powder parts too?
I doubt it. Colt did the sintering thing for their early Mk III revolver line, and it worked fairly well. In fact, the first gun I bought was a Trooper Mk III, and that gun for certain had sintered parts and it was a very good gun.
Around the mid to late '70's, Colt gave up sintering.
The new gun coffers are almost full, and I just fell in love with the 3" K6s. I'm so torn....why did you do this?
Didn't they revive that process for the new Cobra though? Seems I remember Bunch of reviews talking about mold seams.
It's all the fault of @zipty6 !
Did they? I don't know. Colt did try it when the Mk III's first came out, but the later specimens weren't sintered.