Anyone else like just plain old GI guns? I do, and I'd love to see yours if you can spare a pic or two. I've been searching around for awhile for a simple GI 1911, looked at all the "new " offerings from Inland to Springfield to Kahr/Auto Ordnance, etc. Also had the chance, and passed, on several of the recently released CMP guns. About a week ago I got on the trail of a relatively rare Colt, their 2004 release of the 1943 Colt WW2 Reproduction. You don't see too many on the market. Around 3000 made and it was put out of the Custom Shop at a time they were doing outstanding work. So...short story long... True "Bump and a Hump" sights My first impressions are that this is a well fitted 1911. Almost no rattle and the slide feels like it's moving on ball bearings. Safety is precise in engagement and disengagement. Looking forward this coming weekend to taking it out to dance. Anyone else have "mil-spec" originals or repros to share? C'mon, I showed you mine.