Here is a tip I didn't know. The extractor on your 1911 isn't drop in. It has to be adjusted to keep from causing you problems. This tip doesn't tell you how to adjust it, but it does tell you how to find out if there is something wrong.
Insert a magazine and chamber a round. Then remove the magazine. Now the next bullet can't 'help' keep things aligned. Fire the round and note where the brass flies. 2 to 5 o'clock is what you want. Left, up, forward, in your face, stovepipe... hmmm, not so good. That needs looking at.
Now, how many gun classes do I need to take and where to do this myself with a hope of success?
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