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Old 09-03-2016, 10:15 PM   #11
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Smile Michael Bay

This is very strange, I was thinking about buying a gun now that I am older and thought of Michael. I was married to him back in the 90's. He was a Navy Seal and is a very talented gunsmith, but as his ex-wife (2nd) said he is very slow. He did train with Armand even though he was not technically an intern. He worshipped him and we spent many hours up at he and Irene's home, they also attended our wedding. I am sorry that he doesn't have a better social media profile as he is very good! Hope this helps verify he is the real deal.
 
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Old 09-08-2016, 09:10 AM   #12
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Michael Bay/Former Navy Seal/Gunsmith

Hi, Michael is my first husband and was a Navy Seal and is a fabulous and talented gunsmith, he is very slow as his now ex (2nd wife) Virginia said. He did train with Armand, not to sure he was technically an intern, but he spent many days, hours with Armand and I with Irene, we drove up to Fallbrook a lot! I haven't heard from him in about 13 yrs but his ex wife said he is in South Dakota now. Your post was a long time ago so you probably know all this. funny I was thinking about buying a gun now that I am older and thought of Michael thus this website. Hope this helps! Pamela
 
Old 09-08-2016, 10:26 PM   #13
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Thank you very much for the info, Pamela. Also best wishes for your pending decision.
 
 
Old 10-13-2016, 03:15 PM   #14
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Hi everyone. I noticed some of these threads go back a long way but some are more recent. Ironically I was searching for Mike today, I had his contact information a few years ago but lost it when I switched phones some time back. No worries though, we have mutual friends. I have one of Mike's first, not the first but one of them that he did after he purchased Armends lathe back in 1990 or 1991 timeframe. He set his shop up in his garage where he lived in Clairemont. I can personally attest to his work as the gun he made is still a tack driver with the smoothest trigger I've ever shot. I was shooting some steel yesterday and realized it finally needs a tune up. Mike was a SEAL because I went through BUDS with him and served with him at ST-5. He and another SEAL named Bill S. trained with Armend so they could refurbish all of ST-5's 1911's that were in disrepair at the time and Mike decided to get out of the military and become a gunsmith. I actually had the pleasure of drinking a few beers with Armend when he was at Mike's house for parties and other gatherings. I will attach a picture of this gun if I can figure out how to do so or someone can tell me. Sorry for the long thread. Hope this helps.
 
Old 04-28-2018, 09:35 AM   #15
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Came to our house

Hi!
Just checking to ask who you are as I can't tell by your handle name. I am sure I know you since we were married at the time. Armand and Irene came to a couple of our parties.

We lived in Mira Mesa however not Clairemont. If you know how to get ahold of Michael I would really appreciate it if he could get ahold of me.

I had friend look for him online and I also spoke with 2 gun companies he worked for in Illinois and they both said he went back to Maryland. I can't believe he is so hard to find!

Thanks, Pamela (formerly Bay)
 
Old 06-04-2019, 07:56 PM   #16
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Hi Pamela,

You may not remember me but name is Bruce S. We met several times while Mike was building my 1911 in your garage with the equipment he got from Armend. The time I met Armend at your house was when you threw a birthday party, I think it was for Mike. I met Armend several other times at the team area at events. To this day I have not been able to get ahold of Mike. I finally sent my 1911 to be refurbished by C&S right after I posted the initial post several years ago. I lost rack of him when the 2 of you moved, I believe you were a doctor, if I'm not mistaken and re-located for your work. I hope this finds you well.
 
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