No More Grip Safety
I am certain that a product developed and produced by Novak's will be absolutely top of the line. Novak's is a recognized top dog among shooters, and is often a dark horse in competition. They don't advertise much. They don't have to. They are that good. Their guns run and run and run.
Still, if this is "The Answer", I have to ask "What is the question?" If a person has a problem disengaging a grip safety, there are many options. The shooter should first examine his grip. The grip safety can be tuned to a lighter release by a knowledgeable 1911 man. It can be replaced with a "speed bump" type safety. There are many solutions to the problem, and no one answer to the question.
I am against pinned grip safeties. Even though Col. Jeff Cooper advocated pinning the grip safety, and a great many crusty old shooters agree with him, I can not agree. As such, I cannot agree with it's elimination by way of a solid backstrap "Answer". When a man has carried a cocked & locked 1911 in a properly constructed holster, and taken every precaution to prevent the thumb safety from disengaging, yet has still found a cocked and unlocked gun in his holster, that grip safety has significance. Novak's might have a cool idea for a race gun but I personally would never have it on a gun I carried day in and day out.
FWIW, I also noticed Novak's Practical Grip Screws on the same webpage. One of the quirks of a custom gun is looks are as important as function to a customer. A tell tale indicator of a properly built custom 1911 has long been indexed grip screws. Hex head grip screws became popular on custom guns because they allowed