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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Blitzen, Dec 10, 2007.
Those came out cool with the black background. Looks like they are suspended in space.
This is one of my first gun porn photos.
Those are some nice guns/photos....keep em' coming.
Thanks Short Cut! I used the "suspend in space" button in photoshop. LOL.
Here's my favorite 1911 as of right now
Until it comes in this is the only pick of my next one.
One or two more then I will be happy.
Here's mine, Armscor 1911 PS
Here is my Colt Defender
Nice job on the Defender, who did it?
The work was done by Novaks (http://www.novaksights.com/index.htm ). The grips are customs made by Terrence Sealey (email@example.com) or visit his eBay store at: http://stores.ebay.com/Sealeys-Custom-Wood-Grips . He now has a Colt Officer/Defender mold and can make custom grips if your interested. He is the best there is.
My problem now is it is to nice to carry. Almost.
Ted Yost WW1 retro.
I like it. When I'm ready for another 1911, I think I will get one that looks like that. The more I see these blued steel 1911s with dark grips, the more I think that is the look.
My favorite ( read : only....) 1911 , S.T.I. Target Master .45 A.C.P. ,
Yes it is, and it's a excuse to get another one, Thank you.
Yeah, there is always an excuse to buy another 1911.
What precisely did you have them do? I have a Colt Defender and I'm about to send it to Novak for sights, new grip safety and MSH (I have and am sending w/ the gun). I'm curious to know what else you had done. It looks FANTASTIC!
My favorite Springer by far.
Those pics came out great, bac! Crisp focus, nice highlights. Now if I can just talk you into using some different backgrounds.
I've been working on improving my pics.
In fact, I finally got the carpet color right and now you guys want me to use a different background altogther.