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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by asiparks, Aug 9, 2011.
not fired it yet, but it cycles as smooth as my Browns...trigger is very, very good too......
Congrats, so which one makes you feel more safe the 1911 or your snuggle buddy?
When your 300lb girlfriend's not staying over ? Hmmm, tough call............
A tad uncalled for, don't you think? We try to be humorous sometimes just so you know and since you obviously put that bunny in the picture on purpose its kinda hard not to mention it.
BTW, great looking bunny figure ya got there.
lol.. great thread.
Looks great... and the Valor aint too shabby either.
Congrats! Good looking gun.
Very nice looking DW.
Nice lookin Valor
indeed it is beautiful!
Nice Valor! My Valor has kept me from lusting after any higher end guns for the time being. As you say, very smooth and a wonderful trigger. Hope you enjoy yours as much!!! Congrats!!
wow. That looks good. Is that the Duty Finish?
Looks like a nice pistol, congrats.
Sweet Valor, bro.
Damn nice looking gun.
The Valors are very nice pistols! It's the only 5" that has managed to stay in my collection. Congrats!
Asi's a good guy- he may have been trying to flick a lil back or maybe just one of those days but he's a good guy and has some nice toys. Hey may have been suffering from TOSitis!
Ok,only 'cause i don't know,aren't the grip screws supposed to be FLUSH with the grips?
again,just learning here.
Normally, yes they are. However, seems the OP has screws that are not compatable
with the installed grips. I think the grips are VZ, not sure ablout the tooled screws.