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The M1911 Complete Owner's Guide

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  1. JT1911

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    Was reading a article in American Rifleman about this book. Anyone have this or recommend good M1911/A1 reading material, excluding bac's "1911 Buyer's Guide" and Quack's "Your not a man if you don't have a flat trigger".
     

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    Considering the source is a dude that cooks cheesecake only wearing his birthday suit, I wouldn't worry about that one too much. :supergrin:
     
  3. Cerebrus

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    thanks again for that gentle reminder Hokie... :upeyes:
     
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    You don't even want to know what he does with his sushi. :tongueout:
     
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    BTW, those weren't sesame seeds on the rolls, i just brushed the crabs off my pubes.

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  8. Cerebrus

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    ugh.. why am I so not surprised? Does yer wife know about the strange you pick up on yer business trips? :tongueout:
     
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    the only states that i haven't been too for work are Iowa, Nebraska, Maine, Alaska and Hawaii.
     
  10. Cerebrus

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    You must have a rather large supply of premetherin then.. :supergrin:
    Helps keep the itchies away..
     
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    it's not 1911 specific, but you must read "John Browning, American Gunmaker". we all love the 1911, but it was so little of what this man did, it's almost insignificant compared to the rest. the man was an absolute firearms genius and decades ahead of his time. had he decided to invent curtain rods, we would never have heard of gaston glock. you must read this book.
     
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    man, i'm 'bout to chug.
     
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    What the ????
     
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    Thanks.