Pic's of your 1911's

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  1. Shooter45

    Shooter45 *Administrator* Staff Member

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    A Colt Gold Cup.

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  2. Keola

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    here you go...




    Edit: I resized 'em for you. -- SoMo

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  3. Neil

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    Keola your Guns are Nice your Pic's are HUGE. Dial up folks aren't gonna like you :p
    I like the warning on the Smith. lol
  4. thekidd

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    Here is my only 1911, so far.

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  5. mopower

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    Well I did a little work to her yesterday. I added a Chip McCormick trigger, Kings beavertail and Kings enhanced Commander hammer. This was my first attempt at this type of work and I think it came out alright. Passed all function tests and now I just need to go shoot it! :D By the way, the before pics are at the start of this thread.

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  6. Keola

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    Sorry about the big pictures..... this is first time I posted pictures on this site. I had a little problem when I tried to put the pictures on my reply, then I finally got it , then I tried to make them smaller, but obviously, I was unsuccessfull. Will try not to do it again.
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    This thread is here just to torture me, isn't it?

    Man, I want one (?) of these!
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    I resized your pics a little smaller. ;)
    Don't give up, Keola. We always like to see members' pics. :)
  9. Keola

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    Thanks SO MO!!!
  10. Shooter45

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    Springfield Armory 1911-A1 with a little work.

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  11. scw49

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    OK, I'll try to post a couple of pic's. Sorry these aren't photo-gallery quality...I just cannot seem to get the hang of what it takes to take a decent picture with this digital camera. Anyway, this picture shows an all correct (except the grips, which I have) old M1911 (made in 1918) with very little finish left along side one of Colt's new WW1 reintroductions. Quite a contrast.

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  12. scw49

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    Part of my accumulation of Colt Series 70's. Clockwise from top - Nickel Government Model, Gold Cup, Re-Intro Series 70, Satin Nickel Combat Commander, Stainless Series 70 and a standard Series 70 Government Model.

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    Nice tight group!
  14. mtnboomer

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    Shooters Arms Manufacturing (SAM). Some may say it's junk, but I have heard many good things about them. I stripped it and it looks well put together, haven't got to shoot it yet - let you know what happens. Paid $319.99 incl. S&H on Gunbroker.com.

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    Hi boomer, You ain't gonna believe this but there was a gunshow here in Mobile today and I overheard a guy that had the same gun as you griping that it had a bad problem with FTE's. Just a heads up, hope it works well for you. It may just be that his needed to be broken in, I don't know but at least 500 rounds to sort out any troubles. Let us know how it shoots!
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    I hope you're right. I have read several articles on it and they all gave good reviews on the pistol. Yea, many people don't realize that these guns need to be broken in with a few hundred rounds. It may have been that he need better lubrication on the rails as mine seems to be fairly tight (minute play) as 1911's go. We'll see!
  17. tex45acp

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    Let's see if I can get this to work!!!

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  18. OHshooter

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    Here is most of mine. Not all 1911s but all 45ACPs. If this works?

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  19. rglbegl

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    Mine is the awsome looking one in the background

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    Mine...
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    :D
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