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Gt10?

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by TexasVine, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. TexasVine

    TexasVine

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    Anyone familiar with the custom 1911 in 10mm from Durys Gun Shop in San Antonio?

    http://www.durysguns.com

    Gun Talk Radio GT10 ($1599.99 50% deposit required)


    New GT10 ------------ 4 to 6 Month Delivery
    Inventory #: The full price of this item is #1599.99
    Manufacturer:
    Model: GT10 ------------ 4 to 6 Month Delivery
    Barrel: 5 inch
    Price: $1599.99 ea. - 50% Down

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    The Kimber GT10 pistol is a full size 1911 pistol in the powerful 10mm caliber. Unique features include a rounded heel (like the SuperCarry), stainless slide with black Kimpro finish, highly figured wood grips with GT10 logo, and other items listed below. The GT10 is designed to be used as both a hunting pistol and for personal protection. The combination of a full length barrel and slide along with Kimber’s reputation for accuracy, make this pistol an outstanding choice for those who wish to hunt deer sized game with a handgun. The 10mm cartridge is near the .41 magnum in power and performance making it legal for hunting in several states.

    The GT10 also excels as a self protection/carry pistol. The rounded grip heel helps greatly in concealing the full size 1911. The Carry Melt treatment minimizes rough spots when carrying and stainless steel frame and slide eliminate concern over rusting. Tritium night sights insure you can hit your target in any light conditions
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    Last edited: Oct 19, 2010
  2. TexasVine

    TexasVine

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    I guess this is where the saying "It so quite the silance is deafining" comes into play. I'll assume that no responses means this is not a known 1911 manufacurer or 1911 builder.
     


  3. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    It's being made by kimber. There's another thread on this
     
  4. TexasVine

    TexasVine

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    Thanks Quack.