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Choosing your first 1911...

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Quack, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. bac1023

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    Interesting Don.

    Thanks for posting. :)
     

  2. Hokie1911

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    Read that the other day when Hilton posted it on his FB page. Good perspective.
     
  3. knedrgr

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    looking forward to his part2 of the blog.
     
  4. ctfireman

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    So which one are you going to get?
     
  6. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    a Chiappa
     
  7. GeorgiaRedfish

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    Good choice, the classic 1911 mfg. with the classic .22 caliber!
     
  8. Hokie1911

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    Just as the good Lord gave the blessed design to JMB. :whistling:
     
  9. GeorgiaRedfish

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    True that Quack really read the article thoroughly and followed the advice within.

    AS it stated in Genesis 8:36:

    "And God came down from heaven about, and bestowed the knowledge upon John Moses Browning of the perfect pistol. And he made it, and God said it was good. GOOD was the Chiappa made by Phillipino slaves, using shotty material, and having questionable reliability. And god mandated it most be chambered in the man stopping caliber that is the .22lr. Amen."
     
  10. Hokie1911

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    :laughabove:
     
  11. Quack

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