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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by faawrenchbndr, Dec 12, 2012.
Made a deal for one of the "Three Amigos", stainless GI No Name.
Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
That's beautiful, Greg.
That's great! Congrats.
I am hoping for a pair of NN's to come visit me for the holiday. But since I live in CA I probably wont be able to DROS them until 2013!!!! Got to love the 1 in 30 Day Rule for CA.
Yeah, that really sucks.
Tell me about it, I have a bunch a 1911's siting at a store that are paid off. Each month I have to decide which one I want to take home. This month it is going to be a Volkmann from a fellow 1911 Addict!!! It just looks to good to leave sitting there.
Welcome to the club Greg.
And the "Three Amigo" family photo.
That REALLY sucks. If the Volkmann is the one that recently sold on addicts, I would be silly wanting it to come home.
Bring the Volkmann home for sure.
I really like mine.
Trust me, I am on the way first thing in the morning. Now what I need is for someone to sell me their Springer PRO, so I can get that into the mix. Anybody? Anybody?????
Uh,........just traded mine for the No Name.
Oh well...you have a great gun either way!
Very nice looking 1911!!! love the look of the grips!
A Pro is easily acquired,......just a long wait.
A stainless steel Guncrafter Industries' No Name, 1of 3,
built Alex, who is Wilson Combat's previous Pistol Smith,
head engineer, & states these were to Master Grade specs?
Now that one is the one I want.
Did I mention it's shiny?
There is that! Congrats!
That's cool re. Alex.
Yep, I noticed the flats were polished. Don't see to many NN done that way. Beautiful! Just try not to scratch it.
Looks great Greg but we need more pics my friend.
You got Brandon's gun. I thought you had Dave's.
It was the only one to have the slide flats polished. I really like the
look. Never have cared for the slide & frame flats both being bushed/polished.
It will get scratched,.........but it is easier to clean up than a finished one.
Very true Greg