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1911 picture thread...let's see them!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by RogersPrecision, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. RogersPrecision

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    Every forum needs a 1911 picture thread!
    I'll start this one off.


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  2. RogersPrecision

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    sharpsdressedman -HAHA

    by the way, rogers, that is one B-E-A-utiful 1911!
     
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    That's wonderful craftsmanship.

    Here are my only two 1911s -

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    What kind of grips are those on the SA? They look great!
     
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    I'll play... :)

    This is my Springfield TRP Operator.

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    my old TRP :( but i have a new on that i have to pickup tomorrow :)
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    My old Tactical Ultra
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    A friends mil-spec that i did work on.
    10-8 trigger, Ed Brown bushing, flat MSH, Kimber ambi safety, flush cut the slide stop pin, cleaned up the hammer/sear engagement, internal de-burr
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  11. ChristopherG

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    Lovely photos of beautiful guns! Here's a well used and daily-carried Wilson.
     

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    Love the Bob Nose, Chuck.

    And you just have to love that golf ball treatment! The view from the top reminds me of a lighted lane change sign. It's got "business end here" written all over it. :)

    And I like that you added the treatment to the front of the trigger guard. Some say a finger doesn't "belong" there, but mine just naturally ends up there. And of course, the same effect on the proper side of the slide stop lever. Cool schtuff!

    Lots of other cool pistols too, gents!
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    For when you need to get out of town...;):D
     

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    $30 won't get you too far these days :neener:
     
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    ^ unless you are skipping town for mexico. :D
    i will post pics of my 12 year old springfield mil-spec when i take them tonight. promise. :D
     
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    quack, how's that kimber tac ultra II been for you? i recently turned down one, barely used for $750. i got an EMP40 instead.

    just curious.

    thanx :)
     
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    Can 9mm pistols play too?

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  19. Quack

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    worked fine, but sold it last year after i bought the EMP.
     
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    Wow, lots of beautiful 1911's boys. Mine's just a plain jane S&W. Only mod is a Wolf guide rod spring.

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    Chuck,

    That is a beautiful piece, as always. :cool:

    Jason
     
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    ha! we both sacrificed one for the emp.

    great minds think alike :)
     
  24. Full Metal Jacket

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    me too! very aesthetically appealing design alteration :)
     
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    My only 1911, a 5" Springfield Mil-Spec. Carries very easily in my Gary Brommeland Max Con V IWB holster:


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