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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. farscott

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    Some of mine.

    Travis Strahan Accu-Lock built on a Colt 1991. My current Bullseye gun.

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    Colt Gunsite CCO with some upgrades.

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    Baer Prowler III with Aimpoint Comp. My other current Bullseye gun.

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    A Harrison Custom with a special serial number.

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    My Precision Gunworks (John Harrison's previous DBA) 9x19/9x23

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    My wife's Series '70

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  2. Mr.Revolverguy

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    I feel weird posting a picture of my my plain S&W with all these other nices ones in this thread.

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  3. Kingofthehill

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    7 Yards by hand
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  4. Quack

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    put on a set of Raasco grips

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  5. briang2ad

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    El Cheapo RIA Tactical
     
  6. DevilDog0402

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    Looks pretty damn good to me!
     
  7. KyJim

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    I have a couple I can share.

    A Colt:
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    A Wilson:
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    A Brown:
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  8. Oro

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    Here's another favorite of mine. A pre-80 9mm Commander. This may sound like heresy to some, but I think the Commander is best in its original caliber - 9mm.

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  9. Norton

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    Quack,

    Which wood is that for the Raascos?
     
  10. Quack

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    Cocobolo
     
  11. KodiakBeer

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    1917 Remington UMC. The grips on it when I bought it were WWII, so not original. I had a piece of Stellar Sea Cow rib bone (an extinct dugong-like critter native to Alaska, killed off by the Russians in the early days) which is denser than normal bone and yellowed like very old ivory from lying on an Aleutian beach for 200 years. I carved a set of stocks out of that bone and I like the way it looks.

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  12. Quack

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    That is sweet, Quack
     
  14. mesinge2

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    I could not agree more, very nice
     
  15. Quack

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    THanks!!!

    i'll trade you for the 9mm Springfield Operator :lol:
     
  16. XxWINxX94

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    Gotta love the Government Series '70s!
     

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    1911SA MN # serial number all worked out
     
  18. newrugersafan

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    My Dan Wesson

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  19. gb6491

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    My Springfield Armory "1911-A1 90s Edition"
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    Regards,
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  20. Full Metal Jacket

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    that's just sweet :D
     
  21. MrIzhevsk

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    They sure are sweet aren't they? My dad has had one since I could remember and I love it. I've only recently started to really take up interest in handguns and 1911's in particular and I'm amazed at how good the frame/slide fit is for how old it seems to be.
     
  22. KodiakBeer

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    Thanks! It's a sweet shooter too. I only wish I had wiped the gun down before the picture - I guess I'll do that and enter it in the monthly contest some time.
     
  23. Full Metal Jacket

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    there's a monthly contest on here for 1911 pics? :eek:
     
  24. KodiakBeer

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    Oops - maybe not. That's a different forum.
     
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