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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. tipoc

    tipoc Member

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    The lowly Norinco...

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  2. Beentown

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    My newest. RIA 9mm 1911...

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  3. 98C5

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  4. phoenixrising

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    1911 Colt .38 Super El Dorado

    I also have the El Sargento, El Embajador, and El Tienente.
     

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  5. phoenixrising

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    Colt .38 Super El Embajador

    Here's a picture of The Ambassador.
     

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  6. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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    Those "El" series are so sweet!


    Please tell me that you actually shoot them
     
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  8. JoeMal

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    Springfield Operator Champion

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  9. RogersPrecision

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    Just a cell phone pic.. But here is the latest...

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  11. content

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    1945, Colt National Match 1911A1
    First mag on 8, 3" targets at 25yds, AFAP, two handed standing.
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    Glad no one messed it up in the last 73years!
     
  12. RogersPrecision

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  14. Gladius

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    Colt Lightweight Commander... with Colt 1911
     

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  15. BADUNAME2

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    Here's my newest, an STI Lawman 5.0. I got this thing Friday, fitted the ambi, shot 50 rounds to function test, and then shot a USPSA match (Single Stack Major) on Sunday. Very accurate, and functioned flawlessly.

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    Also, I've posted this gun before, but I got some new grips on it. It's a Sistema Colt, Model of 1928, made in 1951, wearing Esmeralda's Ivorywood, with Celtic knotwork and Thor's hammer. Fitting for a .45.

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    And this one, just because. I got a better pic of it while I was shooting the others. Colt LW Commander, .38 Super.

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    And, the whole family:

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  16. csa77

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    kimber stainless target with C&S ultra light set
     

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  17. straight-shooter

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    Sig XO
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    Colt 100 years of service
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  18. psp7304

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    [​IMG][/URL][/IMG]

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  19. mesinge2

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    Another New-to-me 1911

    SIG GSR Commander 1911:

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    I figure that if consistency is key then a SIG 4.25" 1911 with nightsights and a Light/Laser for home defense and a SIG Bobtail 4.25" 1911 for Concealed Carry is perfect.

    Home Defense:
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    Carry:

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    Ok here are mine. No yer not seeing double, they are twins, well as close as you can get to twins.

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  22. ForumSurfer

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    I like the Ruger, too. :)

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  23. SharpsDressedMan

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    The 25th anniversary gift for the "El Wifey" .................... [​IMG][/URL][/IMG]
     
  24. DLeeHarley

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    I like the Ruger SR1911 too! Especially this commander size. And it shoots as good as it looks too! It's fit and finish are excellent to say the least. As soon as I get my target pic's downloaded I'll post them but I had no problem at 20yds with the gun anyway now my eyes are another story. This one will stay with me and be passed down as it's my 1st 1911 ever and I've wanted one for about 45yrs and finally got one. And it's a good one too! Later All
    Keep your Powder Dry!

    Dennis in Idaho
     

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  25. VAhuntr

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    Here is my Ruger SR1911.

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