Pic's of your 1911's

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  1. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Good question. I have had them laying around for a long time. I think I got them off of ebay or something a long time ago. Not sure of the wood type.
  2. hogger129

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    Just wondering cause I seen em in this guy's reviews of the Springfield Loaded .45 - http://www.gunblast.com/RKCampbell_Springfield.htm - and I thought they looked kinda cool, but he never says who makes the grips.

    They're on a stainless model on the right hand side of the page.
  3. Double D

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    Cool, thanks. Too bad they're not ambi-cut though.
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  6. Double D

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    Simple to cut them to fit ambi.
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    That is sharp! Nice choice.
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    I had a set of Herrett's Black Lacquer grips on my last 1911.

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    Two of the three I'll post the third when I get the new grips on it.

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  10. pacecars

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    Sig Extreme 1911 .45 ACPwith Clark >460 Rowland Conversion kit

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    Here's a photo of my 10mm Kimber Eclipse Custom II, with ultra-thin cocobolo grips by "Gun Grips":

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  12. Double D

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    Well, here I go again.....I know, I know, you cant shoot but one at a time....well thats what I hear anyhow...oh, and Sam, dont bother looking at this one, you wont like it, its completely stainless and I know you dont like stainless 1911s. Thats ok, some of us still do. Anyhow, I didnt have a sig sauer and my stable still had a stall empty....not really, it has to share a stall but thats ok too. Dont blame me, it popped up one day and I couldnt resist......

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    Dan, that is so nice I don't know how you are going to be able to go get it all dirtied up.
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    Thats real easy todd. I love to sit and clean them at night while watching TV so, no problem there. I know you were kidding anyhow. I dont have any safe queens. This thing has some serious checkering and some rugged grips so its a handful when you grab it. It wont slip out of your hand, thats for certain.
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  15. hogger129

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    Wait til my Loaded Springfield comes back. I'll have some stuff to show off.
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    she sure doesnt look much like that anymore Hog. ;)
  17. Double D

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    Well, Dr. Noah Zark and I took the sig sauer out this morning and put a few rounds thru it. I have to say, this is my first sig 1911 and I am flat out impressed with the performance and accuracy of this gun. Now, I didnt take it thru the normal paces that I do but I fired about 50 rounds to try it out and it is smooth. Not even a hint of a hiccup with factory mags and I knelt down and shot off of a barrel at 12 yards which isnt far, but, I put 3 rounds on top of each other in the bullseye and two more on top of each other in the bullseye and a total of 6 out of 8 were in the bullseye and the other two were just like less than an inch away. I have come to expect accuracy from my 1911s and this one certainly didnt fail me. I will take it back out to really put it thru its paces at another date but I can tell its going to be an effortless time. Once you shoot 1911s you know what I mean. Its an addiction.
  18. Double D

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    Here is most of the 1911 stable.

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  19. todd51

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    Wow, DD, those are beautiful. You are going to have to add more stalls to the barn if you keep that up.
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    Nice Double D! I like the top left one with what looks like Rattlesnake design grips?
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