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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. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

    iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns Member

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    I just cranked through this whole thread in one sitting and am absolutely amazed by all the beauty! Some very fine and impressive firearms here guys! I only have one 1911 so far :( but it's my favorite firearm by far, and I can't wait to have at least two for every day of the week :D I noticed someone else in this thread had the same SW I have, I am looking for a 'twin' of this 1911 if anyone has one they'd be willing to sell


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  2. Captain33036

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    Kimber Eclipse Ultra, with full sized magazine extender. 8 rounds of .45acp vs 6 or 7, in a small frame. Not a bad thing...and provides an even better grip in a still small frame. 100% reliable:

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    A little nicer pic of it, with standard 7 round magazine:

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  3. whtsmoke

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    ive had a couplee of others in the past that had to be sold but this one never will. I feel the Ruger SR1911 is a very good 45.
     
  4. agtman

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    Stock Colt Delta Elite.
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    Det. Crockett's back-up.
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    Kimber Bling.
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    Old School WWI Colt 1911.
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  5. daveinvegas

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    My latest:

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  6. johnnydollar

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    Mine for just a while...Colt CCO Gunsite

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  7. fletcher

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    Had two .45 1911's before this one - absolutely love it in 9mm.
     
  8. lyrikz

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    Are the infinite 1911's any good???
     
  9. carlo1776

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    Modified PT1911

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  10. CrashStitches

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    My first 1911. Kickin it with its playmates, SR9 and Taurus .45 24/7 Pro DS. You can tell who the alpha dog is, LOL!

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  11. nwilliams

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    Latest editions....

    All matching Sistema...
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    Early Richard Heinie Colt Comp Gun.....
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  12. tuj

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    Les Baer Premier II 1.5G with ultradot.
    STI Spartan with ultradot
    and for fun, the Ruger MKIII with VQ internals/grip and ultradot.

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  13. doc540

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    the little Colt family
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    CCO got a makeover
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  14. nonlinr

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    My newest toy. I should get a picture of my R1E. Someday.
     
  15. v8stang289

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    Low end 1911, but has functioned flawlessly for the past 5 years and is fun to shoot.

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  16. forindooruseonly

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    My carry piece and my project:

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  18. 7thGenAustinite

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    I'll play 1918 Colt
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  19. MacTech

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    I'm not sure if I like the original grips above, or these Cocolobo diamond grips;
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  20. wristtwister

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    One of our good customers received a few guns this week... the first was an engraved Wilson Combat which was georgeous, but he had "new grips" for it... made from the last Chestnut tree off Mt. Vernon plantation (documented). It was beautiful BEFORE the grips were installed, and literally breathtaking if you like 1911's.

    The other guns were a pair of Les Baer 1911's that came in yesterday. The "new grips" for these were made of Mastadon Ivory from Russia. The screws for those grips were unavailable when we received the guns, so they will be "fixed" later... but some days, you just like to be working at the gun shop... you meet the nicest guns... er, people...

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  21. Mike1957

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    Colt Double Eagle 10mm (yeah, I know it`s not a pure 1911, but close)

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    This one isn`t a true 1911 either, but looks and feels like one.
    Chiappa 1911-22

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    Springfield V-16 in .45 Super

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    A Frankenstien 1911. Para frame, Colt 38 Super slide, lots of aftermarket parts, all converted to 10mm.

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    Para frame, Colt top end. 45acp

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    Colt Officier`s ACP Lightweight done up as a ported carry gun. 45acp

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    Colt 70 series Commander in 38 Super

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  22. Mike1957

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    1950s Colt Commander Lightweight in 38 Super done up in nickel and gold plate with solid silver grips

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    Another Frankenstein. Auto Ordnance frame, Colt slide, lots of aftermarket parts. 38 Super

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    Springfield Omega in 10mm

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    Colt Delta Elite 10mm

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    Another Delta 10mm done up as a racer

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  23. Mike1957

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    Para Ordnance P14 Limited 45acp

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    Modified 70 series Colt Gold Cup 45acp

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    Taurus PT1911

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  24. DammitBoy

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  25. Miracle

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    The newest 1911 to my collection... I'm up to 3...

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    And the one that was retired to the safe after the Sig became my carry...

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