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Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by ryan_marine, Mar 14, 2006.
Here is the pic I promise
Hope it works.
Ray, that pic is HUGE! You reckon you could downsize it a little?
Congrats again on the 1911. It may be your first, but it won't be your last!
Sorry about the size. But it is not my first 1911. I had a springfield along time ago but I came on hard times and had to sell it. I am still kicking my self for that one. But hey live and learn.
I resized it for you, Ray!
OK, NOW I get it...all I saw in the first pic was the window and the bag of chips on the table!
I must have STARED at that table a MILLION times, and was too embarrassed to say "WHAT .45???" I didn't know if the BIFOCALS were acting up again, or maybe there was some kind of subliminal picture in the shadows on the blinds! I even convinced myself that was a .45 laying in FRONT of the chip bag!!!
I guess I never figured out I could MOVE the pic...
Anyway, NICE looking ACP, Ray!!!!
(At the risk of somebody saying "Oh, doesn't Polish drive a FORD too? Hhhmmm...) The new digital cammies look OK too!
Thanks for the size job. You know us Marines we like to do things a little bigger.
That is the bag of chips he got the 45 out of
Sorry Ray couldn't help it
But 358, I always thougt 1911s came as prizes in Cracker Jack boxes. Glocks, of course, come in fine walnut cases with velvet padding.
Just kidding, Ryan and 358! Nice looking .45 there, Ryan. For some uses, the .45 1911 simply can't be beaten.
Would some of them be for beating 358 over the head or for helping put glocks back together after they go BOOM. I love the 1911
I give you $ 25.00 for it...........before anyone else offers
You got a good deal on that
This is your notice. You have been out bid. You might want to bump you bid. By the way check out the new parts that are installed.
I don't mind being out bid by a lady..........But I can't go over my limit
what new parts installed ??????? Where