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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by theNoid, Aug 10, 2008.

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  1. theNoid

    theNoid Member

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    Ok, so I did search for a 1911 club and didn't really find anything. Sooooo....let's have a 1911 Club here on THR if ya don't mind. I personally don't have one...yet, but it is certainly on my list of wants and needs.

    So, let's see your 1911's, plain and/or polished/painted/whatever...

    Thanks,
    Noidster
     
  2. possum

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    here is my one and only, but there are more to come in the future.

    SA MC Operator.
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  3. theNoid

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    Hey thanks for getting it started possum. For future posts, let us know what you have done if anything...what brand grips, etc.

    thanks,
    Noidster
     
  4. possum

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    This is a totally stock MC Operator, that hasn't been a darn thing done to it, other than 1300rds down the pipe.

    what will be done to it is addition of a mag funnel which is enroute from brownells, i would like to get rid of the ILS, smooth up some of the edges, etc. But that is it.
     
  5. burningsquirrels

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    MC Operator.... any relation to:

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    sorry, couldn't resist. :D
     
  6. herohog

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    Norinco 1911A1 w/Packmayr GoldCup grips
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  7. gb6491

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    Just posted some of mine in the autoloader picture thread, but here is my favorite (Colt Officer's ACP):
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    Regards,
    Greg
     
  8. George Hill

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    My personal favorites of my collection:
    Kimber Tactical Custom II
    Kimber Tactical Pro II
    S&W SW1911sc
    All shoot great. And by great, I mean fantastic. Yes, notice they are all light weight alloy frames. That's my crack.
     
  9. possum

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    i am giving these two a serious look for my next 1911. leaning more towards the pro.
     
  10. dmazur

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    Colt 1991A1 Commander w/ Crimson Trace grips, arched mainspring housing, magnesium trigger.

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  11. shootergirl88

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    No pictures as of yet, but mine are

    1) Para Ordnance P14-45
    2) Para Ordnance P12-45
    3) Springfield Milspec

    I hope us double-stacked fans are welcome on this thread. ;)
     
  12. nambu1

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    I got three and they are my favorite autoloaders.
     
  13. usmcgrunt

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    Here is mine with a couple of my personal favorite EDC items!

    Grunt Out!


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  14. weisse52

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    Oh I am for sure.

    My Colts are favorite, I also like my Springfields!

    Going to have to break down and take some pictures.
     
  15. RIATAC45

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    RIA Tactical - Ed Brown guide rod and plug, Wolff 16lb recoil spring, RIA GI safety, Pierce finger grooves, and Esmeralda's cocobolo grips.

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  16. USMCDK

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    I have a Sig GSR 1911 C3 and it's just the way it came no mods. Can't post the pics for some reason but if you go thru my profile and search through my post that I started you should find pics on one of my 1911 threads. Sorry guys I will have to take new pics I guess.

    Can I still be in your club???
     
  17. loplop

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    My Colt's... A WWI Repro (Carbonia) I picked up in 2004, and a S70 Repro I picked up this weekend:

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  18. FM12

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    How's this? S&W stainless, eats everythinbg it's fed, and way more accurate than I am. The Safari Arms is my BUG
     

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    This is my first 1911,,, everything's great so far.

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  20. possum

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    RIATAC45,
    Please tell how the Roc islands performs? Round count? issues? accuracy? reliability? we hear alot of people own them, but it is rare that i see range reports about them, thanks.
     
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    Just your everyday RIA Tactical.
     
  22. Whitman31

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    Dan Wesson Bobtail 10mm, everything stock so far...
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  23. jbot

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    Sig GSR two-tone (reverse) with a bunch of crap (night sights, some wood grip, rail, blah blah blah)

    Shoots everything I give it, no malfunctions... but only have 400 rounds through it. It shoots where I point it... now, I just have to work on my aim.

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    mmm... and a totally useless threaded barrel.

    well... not TOTALLY useless.
     
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