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Old 10-31-2013, 13:54   #21
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I ordered my ULCc done the same way, so I wanted them to match. And the logo is small and doesn't look too bad behind the RCS to me. Plus, I tend to like the Wilson logo grip medallions and leave them on all my Wilsons. If they were completely naked, someone might think I had a bunch of Guncrafter No Names.
Makes sense then........
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Old 10-31-2013, 20:03   #22
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I asked him the same thing a couple days ago because I was interested in what happened with that magwell. He said its at the ffl, but he hasn't been back in state.
I'm also looking forward to hearing about the Legacy.
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Old 11-01-2013, 03:36   #23
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I can't stand the browning carry cuts, but from a CC perspective the weight savings overall on the ULC make it very appealing.
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Old 11-01-2013, 06:50   #24
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I ordered just like I wanted it, so it'll be good to go right out of the box. As for the Legacy, it's sitting at my FFL, along side my '72 BHP. I won't be able to get my hands on them until I get back home. The FFL said the Legacy was an awesome looking gun. I told him to try the slide out and he said it felt like it was on greased ball bearings, yet tight, which was the same description I had of my other one. Can't wait to shoot them both.
Very cool, Joe
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I agree.

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Old 11-03-2013, 15:24   #27
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I don't understand paying for the "naked slide" then getting the WC logo on each side behind the serrations. Your pistol......but I would have ordered and ENTIRELY naked slide



I don't understand someone who buys a 1911 because it's pretty and then turns around a year later and sells it only having put 300 rounds through it.
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Old 11-03-2013, 15:56   #28
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I don't understand someone who buys a 1911 because it's pretty and then turns around a year later and sells it only having put 300 rounds through it.
Well, that's not really a fair statement. Some people like to see how a gun is, try it out, don't fall in love with it and sell it to help fund their next purchase. Actually not an unwise thing to do. Some people are "flippers" and some are "hoarders/keepers". Unfortunately, for my bank account, I fall into the latter category. There are several guns that I think about selling, but then knowing my "want/need" type of personality, I end up keeping them, as some of the guns I've sold, I either bought back or bought another just like it. Now THAT's stupid. Or, even dumber, I've taken guns I wanted to sell and ended up putting even more money into them to customize them, so they were "worth keeping". I actually wish I could buy, evaluate and then sell at what I paid, or very little less or, actually turn a profit, with quite a few guns that I own. Counted up today and I currently own 38 1911's. And my stupid ass started thinking about trying to come up with a list of 7 more to add, so I could have 45 1911's. Now THAT, is something to not understand!


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Well, that's not really a fair statement.




It's a very fair statement Joe but it certainly wasn't aimed at you, or anyone else in this thread. I just get very tired of the Errornet experts that try to tell others how great their choice was and then you see their pistol in the classifieds a year later with 300 rounds through it.

Great reputations aren't built on pretty pictures and pistols that only have 700 rounds shot through them.
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It's a very fair statement Joe but it certainly wasn't aimed at you, or anyone else in this thread. I just get very tired of the Errornet experts that try to tell others how great their choice was and then you see their pistol in the classifieds a year later with 300 rounds through it.

Great reputations aren't built on pretty pictures and pistols that only have 700 rounds shot through them.
So should they not buy a pistol they want because they aren't going to put 50k rounds down range?
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I've only got a few hundred rounds through my Pro. But if I knew I could $6000 for it on GB, it'd be listed in the next 5 minutes. Hell, the other one only has a 100 rounds through it and looks brand new, so it should bring $7000. Hell, now that I think about it, what am I doing on GT? I need to be on GB!
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Wonder what a consecutive set would bring.........?

Wilson......I just may buy one.
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Old 11-03-2013, 17:58   #33
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I don't understand someone who buys a 1911 because it's pretty and then turns around a year later and sells it only having put 300 rounds through it.
Guess I resemble that remark............

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Old 11-03-2013, 18:01   #34
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Wonder what a consecutive set would bring.........?
Actually, I've never thought about putting them up for sale as a consecutive SN'd set...Hmmmmm...

Ka Ching!$!$!$!

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Stock one and a hard chrome one at that..........

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