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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by benji, Aug 12, 2011.
And MAN was it sweet. I want one bad!
Buy an American Made one and it will be even sweeter.
Many congrats my friend, what did you shoot
Buy any 1911 and then decide what you want.
Just buy one and shoot it. Your life as far as owning pistols will never be the same.
Ah heck, just get a Glock.
Stick around and ask a bunch of questions and these guys will guide you down the right path to a suitable 1911. Congrats!
I hope you wore a condom because the 1911 disease is just like herpes, it last for ever.
It was a S&W. Pretty basic model but I loved it. The grip was so much thinner than my Glock 20 and I shot it very well. I haven't been shooting in months but I was shooting that thing like it was just natural. I never understood why people loved them so much but after about five shots I totally got it. What are some of the better deals out there? Are there any models to avoid for reliability? So far I own two Glocks (19&20) and a S&W 642 but might need a 1911 soon.
Here was a target. I decided it was time to train for the coming zombie apocalypse.
(The 1911 is the one that put the well placed shot to the dog, phone, belt, and eyes)
Oh, truer words have never been spoken. and pencillan doesn't help.
This is true. I just bought a SA MC Operator. Get a 1911- everyone should have one...uh, many. Good luck!
S&W makes a fine 1911.
Congrats and welcome to the disease.
You're screwed now my friend.
Ain't that the truth! Because of the 1911, I have sold off 18 other hand guns.
Congrats and welcome to the "1911itis" ward of the GT hospital.
More than likely, he shot a
I shot this
Go ahead, stick a fork in him 'cause he's done.
Congrats on losing your cherry. It's on now......