Juker: Before and after pics of com 1911

Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by lonewolf204, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    Texoma is a great lake. Couple summers ago the wife and I took the kids campin in our then new Kelty in the park off 377 right on the lake. I forget the name of it. We caught alot of big blues that week right there under the 377 bridge. Great fun.
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    Yeah, I used to catch a lot of good fish out of Texoma.
  3. American Leader

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    lonewolf, nice work, congrats, but I really like the wood grips. I don't think I would have changed them. They almost look like burl wood which I dearly love and do have the cool logo to go with the commemorative!
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    The wood grips don't have a good feel to them, The logos stick out past the wood and don't feel very good in my palm.
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    nice work lonewolf it looks awesome
  6. grumpy66

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    Well, hell.
    I cross that bridge every day going to work, it's only 15 miles north of me.
  7. JLA

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    So you must be down around whitesboro.. Im very familiar with just about every town along 82 from Montague to Sherman.. Drillin rigs..
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    That's the place.:D

    I roughnecked for years(a long time ago) in west Texas and eastern N.M.
    Too old now to latch pipe.:(
  9. JLA

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    yeah. Aint the job fer me either. I seen some of them guys get the wind plum knocked out of em cuz they wasnt payin full attention.
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