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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by mntrpr, Mar 18, 2011.
I think I'm gonna go buy an ipad
That is all.
lol How long did it take you to sell it?
Did you offload it for enough to buy an iPad2?
LOL, I consigned it at a local gun shop for 1900, it sold in a few weeks, and they get 10%.
It was actually not too bad of a pistol, but I figured I better unload it before the sterling company reputation wore off completely.
Wow,.........would LOVE to have a GOOD one.
There's a sucker born every minute.
I have no complaints with my Fusion, however it was a kit that I built and was in control of the final outcome. Mine is a Fusion Grand sport longslide in .45, and from what I can tell the extent of fusion's involvement was to remove the STI logo from the 2011 poly grip and glue their Fusion logos on, which promptly fell out . Since I finished the build I have put over 15K rounds through it without any problems.
Sounds like youve had great luck with yours Greyhound!! They are nice looking, but way to sketchy of a company to get my money. Ive heard a lot of good stories like yours, but also a lot of bad.
I don't know that I would purchase from them again though, too many other options out there for frame and slide "kits"
So, with the $$ I got from selling my fusion I bought....
64 gig ipad (not the ipad2)
and more importantly a,
I know it's not a 1911, but I can carry it in condition 1
Looks like you came out way ahead.
you didnt make out too bad! Good job
If your happy, I'm very happy for you.
You did good.
I prev owned a HK45c - nice gun.