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So I looking to replace a few springs in a Ballester and I have found that not all the parts are compatible from a standard M1911A1. I was wondering if there are any reasonable options out there (as in not having to purchase a parts gun and hoping my springs are in it)? Do any companies currently produce a spring kit for them, or even have a spare parts kit? I can't seem to find anything beyond exploded diagrams for information on spring size for them so I can't even order specialty springs one at a time.


Thanks in advance guys and gals.

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