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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by akapennypincher, Dec 25, 2005.
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It's a formidable list.
(Always wanted to use the word "formidable" somewhere.)
sticky the thing please!!!
I second the motion on the sticky - Please
Added to the list. Thanks! ^c
Places to learn the proper use?
For finishing - Black T is a popular finish, but has no website. How about...
Black T - Walter Birdsong - 601-939-7448, $160 shipped back.
Oh yeah - how about BROWNELLS????
grandfather oak custom
Thanks for this great resource.
I found this recently, put it under a "research" category:
What should we call a category with companies like:
Thanks for the training links. I hadn't thought to include those with 1911 links, but what the hey training is valuable and it couldn't hurt to include that as a seperate category.
I'll try to locate the links for those additional holster companies, FlaChef, thanks. ^c
Alumagrips is there right at the top of the grip list. Great product btw.
Great link and idea for a "Research" category, Scott. Was thinking that some historic and GI issue info would fit well too.
alumagrips, and I even checked the list twice.
Sorry is not allowed around here, buddy. If you see something else to add please chime in. ;?
The holster makers are up. Gemini is there, but I really need to alphabetize that category.
I'm going to put up the mega retailers next, but I'm not sure what to call that category.
It's stuck! ;f
How about ONLINE RESOURCES
Mega Retailers - has a nice ring
Updated to include two new manufacturers and the category of gun auctions and bulletin boards.
Suggest adding Yost-Bonitz under the SIGHTS section, particularly for their nicely done Retro.
Done, thanks WIG! ;?