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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by IndianaMatt, Dec 10, 2010.
or does it need to be in .45 cal in order to be in the "1911" category?
It is a 1911.
Personally I'm not that much of a purist, pretty much any caliber is ok with me.
its a 1911
It is 1911.
Sarge, that is a beautiful gun. Mind if I ask what grips those are?
Its certainly a 1911, just not one for me.
Thanks Grumpy. The grips are standard factory grips. I prefer the first gen. grips with the pebble texture but these work fine.
What do you find undesirable besides caliber, Brian ?
It's a 1911 to me, but to some purists it isn't, it's a "Government" model and some object to the series 80 firing pin safety system. Doesn't bother me.