I've said it before and I'll say it again.
Ramen noodles are the gun buyers best friend...
Now that I've had a chance to see how the innards of the 1919 are assembled, I have to say that it's pure genius!! I finally understand how the booster works.
I am tempted to just machine my own trigger and sear, but it would be way easier to buy a set. It just so happens that I recently purchased a bunch of carbide tooling for my mill. Coincidence?
I'm considering milling my own RSP, but by the time I get 4140 plate and get it flattened, grooved, drilled, milled, and cut, I could have just bought an 80% RSP and been done with the damn thing.