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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Blitzen, Dec 10, 2007.
I have officially re-entered the 1911 world.
Greetings from the Philippines.
Welcome Back!! Or should I say, I'm Sorry!!
Hehehe. It's just like riding a bicycle, you never forget, I always shoot my best with the 1911 and it showed during a short test-fire.
Very nice, Gabe.
Nice lookin Operator,......range report when you can Gabe!
Thanks brother! First 1911 with a rail, couldn't pass on the deal i got
When I get off shift tomorrow I will be hitting the range to test some preliminary 200gr LSWC loads I made last night.
One thing I can say, this gun is TIGHT......the only other 1911 I remember being this tight of the ones I have owned is an old LB TRS........
Brian, I am going to give the adjustable sights a chance, the rear sight on this pistol is dehorned on the edges......
Tell me more about this pistol. It almost looks like a Combat Government as a base gun based on the front sight, but that gun was circa 1983, you say this was a 1970's build? Something about this gun intrigues me.
Scored some grips today,.......
excalibur and the lightsaber (just got it from a local pawn shop yesterday, first 20rds at 7 yds)
Those are neat. Looks like some Big Daddy Ed Roth artwork.
Nice grips for a Baer
t barker- love everything about the pistol except the beavertail-I am not one of those who gets hammer bite so not a priority for me. I wonder if just the shortened hammer spur by itself would have gotten the job done?
bac1023- I don't see a genuine USGI 1911 in there- the one that started it all-(just sayin'-yet?)
My new Loaded Springfield model PX9109LP with NM prefix. Just picked it up from my dealer today.
Beautiful. I think one of those might be my next 1911, whenever that is.
Business End Customs did the work. Picking it up tomorrow.
Nice, different looking 1911 to be sure Congrats.