My Colts

Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by Danny, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. Danny

    Danny Member

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    Thought you guys might like to see my few special Colts.The first is a low numbered 1913 Army,the second is a 1917 commercial,next is the most accurate 1933 Ace with original box,and finally my service 1911A1 that I used in combat.Enjoy
    Danny

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  2. bunnyhunter12

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    :eek: Balls of steel man, you used a .22 in combat? All joking aside, they are very nice pieces. Is that a box from a different weapon? Can we have some pics of that?
  3. Danny

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    No on the combat pistol,I just got them out of order.Heres a pic of the box the Ace is in.
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    bunnyhunter12 New Member

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    Oh, my mistake, I misread, you did list them correctly.:)
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    Nice guns, Danny, and every one is interesting, in it's own way.
    Having just moved in another Gun Safe, I would be glad to find them a place! Down here, they would have lots of 'friends' to play with!
    It's kinda a 'public service thing', for me, to find nice guns a good home.
  6. Stash, putting you within a half mile of a good 1911 is like putting the rabbit in charge of the carrot farm. :D ;) :p
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    Pistol, carrots are grown to be eaten; pistols, to be shot!
    You are right, I'm a little bit 'crazy', on certain arms, but you say it like it's a 'bad thing'!
    The guns in this house are worth more, today, than the house is, and theyare going up, as the neighborhood goes down.
    P.S. Where's that carrot farm? I do veggies, too!
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    Nice pieces man.
  9. Danny

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    Thank all of you guys for the kind response.I have a gang of Walthers,Lugers,Mausers,but I just love the old man stoppers than any others in my collection.What I really need is a early Navy and I would be happy.I have a nice 1906 Navy Luger that carries about the same price tag as a Navy Colt if anyone would want to do some trading?
    Regards
    Danny:)
  10. bunnyhunter12

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    Danny, all I can say is, if you have a nice collection, WE NEED MORE PICTURES. Keep 'em coming. :)
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