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I want one of these next year...

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by bac1023, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. bac1023

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    I've wanted one a while, actually, but always chose a high end model instead. Well, now that I'm done with high end/custom models, the USFA is still on my list.

    I really like the look and the quality of the USFA 1911s is very high. The bluing is outstanding. I like the old style grips also. They're just different than everything else being built today.

    http://www.usfirearms.com/cat/1911.asp

    You just don't see them around, because production is very limited. I like the fact that there's an option for US Navy stampings. :cool:

    I asked my dealer today to get me a price and check availability/time frame for one of these. They really are nicely done.

    They also offer a 1910 model and a 38 Super model. I think all three are beautiful. Expensive, but from what I've seen and heard, they're worth the price. :)

    http://www.usfirearms.com/cat/1910.asp

    http://www.usfirearms.com/cat/super-38.asp
     
  2. Road Dog

    Road Dog Senior Member Millennium Member

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    I have never seen one in person but the pics look nice. I'd like one of the 38 Supers.

    RD
     


  3. jrs93accord

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    Brian and I talked about these last night. Now, I have to think about selling two more of my ARs to buy a Commercial and Military model. These are beautiful pistols and the finishes are absolutely stunning.
     
  4. ctfireman

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    "I've wanted one a while, actually, but always chose a high end model instead"

    After reading that i thought i was gonna see a price of about $800! lol I thought $1800 was pretty high end!
     
  5. rsxr22

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    the pictures look extremely nice! I would love to have your job BAC. Do you do much customizing on your 1911's? Or leave them pretty much stock. I was just wondering because you have such a variety of quality that i would assume you dont deal much in aftermarket parts. Also do you have a particular magazine company that you prefer and use in yours or do you stick with whatever is supplied?
     
  6. bac1023

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    LOL!

    I guess it is high end, but its not the sort of high end I was referring to. I was speaking about enhanced guns.
     
  7. bac1023

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    My production 1911s are basically all stock.

    As far as mags go, I like Wilson and CMC mags the best. However, all my 1911s have the stock mags in them as I type this. I carry a stock mag in my Kimber CDP.
     
  8. bac1023

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    Let's wait until next year on these James. :wavey:

    Why not make the two you're looking at your 59th and 60th 1911 next year? :cool: