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    1911er is offline Junior Member
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    amt hardballer/longslide whats stock n whats not

    my first post/thread here, i have a hardballer i know alot of people have issues with them good and bad. what iwant to know is; how can i tell if my gun is original? i've seen a few diffrent hardballers and no two were alike some had diffrent safeties/grips/sights? mine has pachmayer grips,a.d.swenson ambi. safety,mirra sights,loaded indicator,adj. trigger,beveled mag well. it says acardia on it serial# starts with A05 so i believe it to be a low number gun. it looks stock but i'm no xpert but i'm sure one of you know more than me.

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    I believe AMT was or is still called Arcadia Machine and Tooling. I used to have a Hardballer longslide.Loved it and the description you gave matched mine to a "T" except for the Pachmyergrips and the only part I do not know for sure is" a.d.swenson amb"

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