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Discussion in 'The SHOT ShowCase' started by Blitzen, Dec 10, 2007.
1951 Colt LW Commander 9mm
Colt Commander .38 Super
Super .38 Nrm
Blue Goldcup National Match
SS Goldcup Trophy
Service model Ace .22LR
Colt MKIV OACP
SS Colt Gunsite
S70 Combat Government
Colt Tank Officers
Colt Defender #2
Enhanced Combat Elite
Non Enhanced Combat Elite
SS Custom Shop ORM
SS Delta Elite
SS Goldcup Ten
Blue Delta Elite
Colt 1952 LW Commander 45 ACP
OK thats all for now more later....
1943 Remington Rand
I will post Pic of Colt WW1 repro, WW2 repro, 1927 Colt Sistema and many more later!
Poor picture quality, but it'll do for now.
This is my only 1911, a Springfield SS GI:
Very nice pics, GOOFA.
I have a few I can share. Excuse the pictures, my photography skills are awful compared to most of the others posted.
A few Colts, far left Yost Signature Grade, middle Yost-Bonitz 1* (matched pair), and right new Series 70 (probably off to Heirloom Precision shortly).
Gemini Customs (center), Wilson Combat CQB bottom, Yost-Bonitz 1* (matched pair), and S&W 640 custom by Gemini (not a 1911, but I like the picture and the gun).
Kimber Ultra SIS, SIS Rail (have a Pro on order to have the full set)
One of these days I will have to get out all of my 1911's and take a family photo.
Very nice pics!
Man you guys have some great looking guns!!! I'm to embarrassed to post a pic of my rinco in here next to yalls. Thats all I got for right now.
Post the pic, I like them all myself.
Dan Wesson Valor
Like others have said, post the picture. We all started our collections somewhere. That is a great 1911 you have, it will give you many great years of use.
One of my favorite 1911's to shoot at the range is my STI Spartan. Nothing fancy, but it works every time, and is very accurate. I use it almost every time someone wants to learn about shooting the 1911. There is just something about that gun, that makes me love shooting it.
No one will ever give you trouble about posting a picture of a 1911, except maybe a Taurus. There are several of us that would rank it as the worst feeling, and shooting 1911 on the market.
I would love to see pictures of your 1911.
Post the Norinco. We do want to see it.
Here are mine. SA Loaded, and the other is a Rem Rand frame with an Ithaca slide I got when my Papaw died.