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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by bertud ng putik, Nov 29, 2006.
for sale: norinco factory enhanced special
price: 28k negotiable
PM me for details, tnx!
is this brand new?
Very nice indeed...
i bought it last dec. 15, 2004 only 500 rounds used.
ok... thanks for the info...
really nice looking gun... will pm you once i am decided...
can you pm me your final offer? thank you again...
PM sent tnx!
hi there... got your PM...
sige... will think about... ganda ng mga upgrade mo sir...
will consider your offer...
papers are all in order, right???
will call you... Thanks
yes sir! text me na lang. may PM ako uli sa inyo. tnx!
last price ko po ay 26k sagad na po.
24k lowest..... 0927-7964540 my cel, tnx!
sayang, was thinking of getting na din. heheheheh.
Bertud ng Putik (Peter) gave me a very good price for this unit. Very tight and solid gun (Col.Bayang and Olinares gunsmithing). Made some more additional upgrades; Brown full length recoil guide, Clark magwell, Brown 19lbs mainspring, Wilson checkered front strap and detailed internal polishing.
What brand are you using for the front and rear sight?
Nice gun set-up sir!
front and rear sight from wilsoncombat...
Are those Cor-Bon in your mags sir? Na-try mo na sa hollowpoint? How does it feed?
Hi Astra, it's Wilson combat snagfree rear and front sight. Bertud made the initial set-up, the installation was good and very stable.
Hi Kaiser, you have very sharp eyes. You're correct it is Corbon 45ACP +P 185gr JHP. I only fired two rounds and the unit did not choke. I use Corbon and Remington JHP as my defensive loads.
I'm thinking of getting a .45 1911 for carry, but I wanted to use HP's like Cor-Bon, but some forums recommend using military ball ammo unless the unit is new or extensively smithed...I have my eye on a Combat Commander tuned by one of the best, but I'm still torn...
The 1911 commander is quite ideal for carry. When using hollow point just make sure that your barrel is "properly throated", no need for extensive smithing unless you prefer the upgrades . Also make use of standard springs (rating) when using the unit for carry. The 1911 is really designed for FMJ ball but with today's gunsmithing and technology hollow points are nothing out of normal.