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Rare SA Compact (CCO with LW frame)

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by knedrgr, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. knedrgr

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  2. PlasticGuy

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    I just bought one of the new Colt CCO's two days ago, so you're on your own.
     

  3. Z28ricer

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    Awesome, wish it was closer to me.
     
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    3rdgen40 .45 fanatic

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    I had a chance to buy one of these at a LGS about a year ago.It was in mint condition and tighter than a bank vault,except for needing new sights.I could have owned it for $400.I still regret not buying it...:crying:
     
  5. Cerebrus

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    Isn't this kinda what you are looking for now? seems to me that that price is kinda hard to beat.. esp if the round count is true..
     
  6. 3rdgen40

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    Kind of, but I prefer the full size grip.
     
  7. Cerebrus

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    I don't mind the officers sized grip.. if I had the coin that pistol would be mine...
     
  8. gruntmedik

    gruntmedik Honk Honk CLM

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    I would have bought it in a second if I wasn't saving up for the guncrafters CCO
     
  10. Z28ricer

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    Similar available in the current SACS lineup, they just call it the compact, and I believe its a 4" barrel.
     
  11. dnuggett

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    Bah, the Brazil stamp just blows it for me. I'm sure it's great though for those who don't have that hang up. Meaning 90% of people.
     
  12. Z28ricer

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    DW cco, a "blem" one is around 1200.

    Or if you want the springfield name, and no brazil stamp just get the SACS compact.
     
  13. Quack

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    I traded a G23 (police trade-in) for mine
     
  14. frank_drebin

    frank_drebin 1-man flash mob

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    That is mine and I redid the ad to get some better pictures.
    The new AD is listed here: http://glocktalk.com/classifieds/sh...tweight-compact-1911-w-2f-lwalloy-frame&cat=5

    I have received a lot of trade offers but no cash offers as of yet. I planned on buying some new grips and relisting since the Hogue grips definitely have the ghey. Hogue grips are a deal killer for most. My dad "surprised me" with them while he had it in his safe. He can't find the OEM grips now. The round count is 100% true. I fired 300 myself and I have been told that my dad and brother popped off a few mags while he had it stored for me. It's all original but does have some holster wear and an idiot mark.

    Still for sale if anyone is interested.... shoot me a PM. If my MK9 sells first, I'll keep this one and buy some nice grips and maybe some upgrades.

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    nice looking gun!! goodluck with the sale
     
  16. dnuggett

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    Wouldn't want a blem and nothing to do with the $$.
     
  17. Z28ricer

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    If you say so, the blem's i've seen were minor issues with the coating, and I know it'll just end up getting its fair share of wear anyway, may as well make it a little less to worry about.
     
  18. faawrenchbndr

    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    Listing has been removed,....how much was seller asking?

    The Brazil stamp does not bother me, now that I found out MANY of the big names'
    raw frames are forged in Korea! :steamed:

    Call me crazy but I'll take a Brazillian over a Korean every day & three times on Sunday!
     
  19. Z28ricer

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    $600

    The brazil stamp is because it was assembled there, not because thats where the frame was made, the frame could have easily come from korea also.
     
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    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    Thanks,........I understand about the Brazil stamp.
    ALL Springer frames/slides are forged in Brazil.