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Now the waiting begins!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by vikz, Feb 2, 2010.

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  1. vikz

    vikz Member

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    I found the perfect birthday gift for me today!!I called my loving wife and told her what i wanted and told her that i will put one of my rifle(MP15-22) as the down for a Layaway and asked her if she can help me pay for it and she said YES!!so i went down to one of the shop and made the deal for this..This is the only birthday i can't wait to come!!very soon..I am literally excited about it and the good thing is the shop let me took some pictures so here it is..



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  2. Extremely Pro Gun

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    SWEEEET!!!! Good Pick Dan Wessons are of nearly perfect quality. I have one in my family that is worlds nicer than one of my Springfields.
     
  3. sigsteve

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    That is a sweet looking 1911 my friend! I've got 3 DW's and I love them! Good job man!
     
  4. Gunfighter123

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    Well , HAPPY B-Day !!! Lube up the rails , brl. hood , and brl. bushing area before you fire it ----- I think LOTS of 1911 problems are from being underlubed.
     
  5. vikz

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    yah Baby!!I got her out!!

    Yes!!I got my Dan wesson PM7 in 40cal out of Layaway!!best birthday gift ever to myself!!here it is after i cleaned it..shot 100 rounds and man this thing is very tight!!i had some premature slide locking back with ammo still in the mag, it was after 5 shots the slide will lock as if i'm empty, so last night i spend atleast 1hr racking the slide back and fort to help loosen it up a little bit..



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  6. CrashInBlack

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    That thing is beautiful! I love stainless guns.

    What made you decide to go for a .40 instead of a .45? Not judging here, just curious.
     
  7. smoothdraw

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    Congratulations. That's a very nice gun there. And pretty unique too... 40S&W
     
  8. BP Hunter

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    Congrats dude! And Happy Birthday!! I am also in the market for a 1911, but in .45. Can I ask how much you got it for? Thanks.
     
  9. vikz

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    crashinblack i already have some 1911 in 45acp and besides i'm turning 40 :evil:on my birthday:p..bhunter the pricetag was 985..the weird thing i went to the danwesson website and the Pointman 7 in 40 s&w was not on the list, it said 9mm,45 and 10mm, they do make it on their SSC line, and to those who have the newer DW do yours came with the recoil buffer thingy?(the blue thing in the guide rod in one of my pics..)
     
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