Detail stripping the 1911, and every brand is just a bit different
We learned how to trouble shoot the 1911 and the best aftermarket enhancements
My Kimber Stainless II
Ken Hackathorn makes a point about the 1911
Springfield Armory Cut away
Larry Vickers Explaining the beaver tail safety
All in all a decent class, after 2 days on the range and in the shoot house, we moved to the classroom. Both instructors had strong opinions concerning todays production guns, both favor the Wilson Combat CQB.
The major points they made was the 1911 does need to maintained (Vickers "If you are going to treat your gun like your lawnmower get a Glock")
Use quality magazines and replace your recoil springs often, and keep them well lubed. Hackathorn recommended Mobil 1.