Originally Posted by SARGE7402
Question? Did he put in the disconnector. If he didn't that could cause it to do more than a double tap
Yes, I checked out his 1911 and took it apart. All parts were installed including the disconnector. The only thing I found wrong was the hammer spur was a little too short where it contacts the mainspring plunger. This caused a little slop with the hammer. I could move the hammer a little bit when it was uncocked. Other than that everything looked ok. The sear, hammer, and disconnector looked like they were contacting correctly to include proper function. I replaced the hammer spur on his 1911 which eliminated the slop on the hammer while uncocked. I'm not sure if this will fix the problem but I'm sure he'll be ready for that double tap should it happen again.