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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by steelyblue, Dec 29, 2007.

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  1. steelyblue

    steelyblue Member

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    I saw a CD 1911 at the gun shop a couple of days ago. It was only $300 used and these guy usually let me try it first(the shop is at the range). Is this a bad deal on a range beater?

    I just want to shoot my kimber a little less.

    What are experiences with these, I've read a few lately that were'nt so hot.

    They are armscor's, right? People seem to like the RI's pretty well.
     
  2. Mad Magyar

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    Anytime you can acquire a .45 for that price with the added bonus of trying it out; doesn't sound like a bad deal at all...
    I had the same idea of saving some wear & tear on some other pistols when I purchased a Llama...It turned out to be one of my favorites....:)
    Yes, Armscor....
     
  3. wally

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    With try before you buy on a used gun its hard to go wrong IMHO. Get a box of the ammo brand(s) you would be most disappointed it it didn't work with and give it a go.

    --wally.
     
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