I've spent the money for two of them. I have other high end 1911s, they don't compare to a Wilson. I did borrow a guys Brown at the range,...
I use the same method as 9mmepiphany.
That's what I was taught in a tactile handgun class.
Brian saved me a lot of money, he takes the time to insure you get all you need and nothing more. You will be very happy with Brian's service.
Where does one get quickload, your post made me understand it's potential value.
Thanks in advance for your help.
I've had goats butt me, never considered I needed to shoot them ( and worry about how long before they were incapacitated).
I just orderd and received 6lbs of powder, and several thousand primers this week, Didn't even see the notice you mentioned. But I didn't send...
Yaqui slide belt holster
I was taught at a tactical class these were not a good choice unless yuo enjoy dropping your firearm on the floor when...
Nice, very nice.
+1 what Fred said. Check out Montana Gold, they have .357 sig specific bullets for about $.08 apiece.
Here's a link I found helpful:...
I bought the .40 and then added the .357 it's a blast. Quickly became my second favorite handgun (after WC 1911).
Do it you won't regret it.
+1 Wilson will make it right.
The PM9 is out of production in 2010. Just bought one NIB (no blems) for ~$900.
Accurate, very tight chamber, had to replace factory mags with...
My wive loves a .45, she started with light hand loads. But today she shoots full power .45 wit no problem. Her CCW is a Kimber in .45.
Just got one. Only used it once, worked fine. I'll probably get better with adjusting the thing after a few more cleanings.
1911 - Didn't know there were any others.
I'd asked rcbs the same question and the dies are different.
My first pistol was a Ruger MKII, got it about 1990 still have it and it shoots great.
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