Not a one John, with Clymer or JGS reamers. The barrels are made by Storm Lake and seem to be just fine to me, accurate as well.Has anyone else noticed a large removal of metal when running a Clymer reamer into a Wilson chamber?
OK, that seems reasonable. I don't know who make the Wilson barrels then but a short chambered one was not unexpected 10 years ago from Wilson. I recieved 2 with no rifling what so ever. Things have changed a great deal in ten years.I recall that Wilson barrel B was installed in gun no. 2 some good number of months before barrel A was bought for gun no. 1. Further details are lacking, I've had those guns since about 1990.
I would like to hear you thoughts on that comparison. Or at least hear about the gun. Any pictures?Say, I think I'll get my 1982 vintage Sight Shop special out of the back of the gun case and see how it compares with some of the newer 1911 derivatives.