I have been building pistols for most of my adult life. I started in 1984 in a on the job training program at Weapons Training Battalion, MCCDC Quantico, Va. in the Rifle Team Equipment Repair (RTE) shop. I completed my 22 year career in the USMC as the Chief Instructor of pistol section in the RTE Shop.

I have been trained by a great variety of people throughout my career.

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The best of both worlds.  An updated copy of the original Kings 201-A ambidextrous manufactured from bar stock for maximum strength.  The hammer pin if fully captured to prevent over rotation as with the Kings unit.  The paddles are faithful copies of the Kings with better designed body to fit the receiver contours.

You are in landscape orientation.

You are in portrait orientation.

You are definitely on a small screen.

You are definitely on a medium screen.

You are on a large (or larger) screen. Foundation 6 got lazy and did away with the extra-large sizes, but still left the breakpoint at the high end of large, meaning that this disappears if you leave it at .show-for-large-only...

Well, for the .show classes, anyway. The .hide-for-large doesn't have that limit