The steel WWI/WWII legend made in Turkey...

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  1. billorights

    billorights

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    I've heard they are well worth the money. Thinking about one, or the Armscor. Because I have a lot of .45 ammo and brass left over since I sold my Colts. I know, dumbass. I also sold a Sig P220.
     
  2. happyguy

    happyguy Man, I'm Pretty

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    Wouldn't affect my self-esteem either. LOL

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  3. Nestor

    Nestor Lean & Mean

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    Now I know which pistol they were trying to duplicate with this configuration. I thought that the wide hammer is not proper on the WW2 guns. Only the lowered ejection port seems to be out of place as I'm looking at the pictures of 1942 GI 1911 now. Yet, I think it's not that big of a deal for the fun, cheap gun.

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  4. Nestor

    Nestor Lean & Mean

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    I should see the pistol in couple of days. It's leaving the import company warehouse in Arizona and is on its way up North. In the meantime, here are some videos of the pistol in question: