the tiny sliver of metal below the MSH mainspring housing takedown pin is a known "blow out" spot for alloy frames and 10mm 1911's. What i did was drill and tap a hole from each side of the frame, into the frame and then go further, blind holes into each side of the MSH. When i screwed a 6x32 setscrew into each hole, the load from firing went onto a much more robust part of the frame. I've used this trick to salvage several "ruined" 1911 frames. and I recommend it as a preventative measure on all alloy 1911 frames or on steel frames that will be shot a lot with hot ammo. Especially so on the ACP's shorter frame.