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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Ruggles, Aug 5, 2010.
Chuck Frigging Norris !
Cool stuff Ruggles
you picking that one up?
That is beautiful. A work of art.
Didn't keep it long, did he?
Who knows the details, guy could have needed the money for a family emergency or something else. It is a little too much "bling look" for me ( or not, I can not decide! ) but I respect the workmanship that went into it. Of course it I was a Texas Ranger I might feel differently and just love it
That thing is sick!
It is definitely a sweet gun. I like it a lot
I know a lot of guys don't like the bill boards but I think that gun is very nicely done
Exactly what I was thinking. The Texas DPS really like their SIG 229`s in .357 SIG.
Yea those Rangers cant resist a BBQ gun.
Chuck Norris was born and raised in Ryan, Oklahoma.
Darn thing sold for $4300+ in a single day, guess they should have priced it higher Wow.......that was much faster than I thought it would sell.
As the guns sell they are removed from the website.
.... so did anyone save a pic of it.
Wish I could have seen it