A gun I wasn't looking for

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by C.R., Aug 16, 2022.

  1. Mark_Mark
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    delete
     
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  2. gyp_c2

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    Yes.
     
  3. Mark_Mark
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    sorry, though I was in the Mini thread
     
  4. GJeffB

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    Lot's of yada about grips. Kinda like a '67 Corvette split window with whitewalls. Keep 'em, toss 'em, replace 'em ... it's STILL a Gold Cup underneath. Probably the greatest 1911s I ever had, and ran major in IPSC matches without a complaint.

    -jb, good is good :D
     
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    Because of Rule #1 - you never sell a gun . . .
     
  6. C.R.

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    yeah grips are an easy fix two minutes max and I like my Springfield 1911 so I will keep her hate to admit it but the colt is much nicer looking , the old Springfield has some tooling marks on it and nowhere as nice a bluing . and having a spare never hurts. if it ever quits raining i want to take both of them out and do a side by side comparison and see which one is better
     
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