and see a sign... so i follow the sign by turning left and going down the road for 15 miles. the destination is Smokin' Guns/JetGuns.com (formerly Bud's in Paris, KY) they had the usual production 1911's, but i did see a TGO-1 #152 which would be a recently built gun. they also had a TGO-3 there. I didn't see anything that i wanted to spend some money on, so i travel 17.3 miles to: they had a lot of Nighthawk's, a few Wilson's, a Baer and then the usual production guns. I did get to fondle the "1 of 100" Nighthawk Knights Armament 1911. those golf ball dimples don't provide enough grip. and for ~$7800 for the set makes me want to puke. They STILL have that TGO-2 that has been around for months now. They also had the billion Para's too. THe Doublestar non-rail 1911 wsa odd, it looks like they just milled the rail off the gun because the dust cover still has the same slant to it. it felt well built for an $1100 gun. They had a Custom Carry Baer there on consignment for ~$1300. I fondled it, but there's something that i don't like about the Baer. I should note that there was a HUGE gap between the rear sight and slide. i've seen small gaps before on other guns, but i thought that it should have been fit better. so for once i'm probably going to leave Kentucky w/o buying a gun...but i'll be down here all week and might stop by http://www.whittakerguns.com/ so i may be in trouble Wanna kill these ads? We can help!