Your next 4 must have guns, in no particular order

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  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I have not got serious about getting a CCW holster for my 1911 because I have not see one that looks like it would conceal well.

    Several points on the 1911. I have always liked the 1911 but the reason I have never had one is because I hunt with my handguns and with semi-auto's I lose too much brass. But, I am enjoying the 1911 so I am getting once shot brass for free so if I lose it I am not out much. So now I need a holster that I can pack, as CCW while hunting so I can become repetitious at drawing and re-holstering. That is my next find. I just got they business card of a guy that would like to make our and let me try it. He says it is his first so I am looking forward to it. If I get it I will post pics with an on field report.
  2. ozo

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    Carl's grips will fit this.....
    http://www.guns.com/reviews/gsg-1911.html

    And Chet Whistle's bushing, guide rod, etc.
    will tweak it beautifully +/- $70
    [and get rid of the allen screw for takedown]

    http://www.cwaccessories.com/index.html
  3. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I wear shirt tails out and carry outside the belt in a leather galco style holster. They stay tight to my side. I have my belts made by a guy in our town and they are good and thick and will support two 1911s if I choose to carry them. I dont care much about how I look, I am more concerned about what I am able to carry so like I say, my shirt stays out. I wish this state would pass open carry so I could do that, but until then, it is what it is. I do what I can to conceal but I really dont care if I have a big lump on my side or not. I dont care what the liberal whinebags think. I could care less if I scare them.
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  4. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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  5. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That holster will work just fine.
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    targetacqmgt New Member

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    Jeeze Jack that is thinking BIG :D My thoughts were a field expediant mortar. a field expediant claymore mine, a field expediante chemical grenade, a gatlinggun- not as quite grande as your wants-;)
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    where was the location of the nuke pic?
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    targetacqmgt New Member

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    Looks like Bikini atoll.
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    That's awful pretty color, for film that long ago.
  10. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Ya, I agree.
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    I can tell you that at the BBQ last month, I did not know Dan was carrying until someone asked him a question about the grips on his 1911 and he removed it from the holster. A full sized 1911 well hid, but he is a lot skinnier than I am so I would have a hard time concealing it.
  12. gvw3

    gvw3 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I have been wanting this Ruger 1911 for some time now.

    Ruger 1911.jpg

    I want the Ruger Vaquero in 45.

    Ruger Vaquero.jpg

    I shoot a lot of clays and have a Ruger Red Label but also want this Winchester.

    Winchester 101.jpg

    This Ruger Scout rifle looks to good to pass on.

    Ruger Gunsite Scout.jpg

    The only problem I have is I need about $3500 to get these guns. Not to sure how I can pull that off. :):):)
  13. Fast Forward

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    Ok i,ll settle for a 357
  14. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Nice list bud. Very nice.
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    Must haves huh? Well, a high power has to be on that list. My budget is more in the FEG neighborhood, but I'd love a Browning.
    A .357, 6 inch S&W
    A good 12ga. pump
    A lever gun in .357 or 44mag.
    That would make my must have list complete.
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    #1 USSG MP94 O/U combo, 12 gague over .308
    #2 H&R model 649 5.5" barrel 22lr & 22wmrf
    #3 S&W model 29, 4" blued
    #4 The Model 552™ BDL Speedmaster

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    Glock 19(for when my Glock 30 is too bulky)
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    A basic AR15 build in 5.56mm
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    Marlin 1894 Cowboy in 45LC
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    Ruger BlackHawk .45ACP/.45LC Convertible Revolver
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    Next four must have's? Wow, I just can't think that far ahead after getting the Sig M400. If I had to guess it'll be a year before i'll buy another firearm.
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    Feg AP-MBP
    Cz-52
    Crvena zestava model 70
    P64
    For the next 4
  20. Inthewind1976

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    Hmmmm..............tough one but lemme see...........

    1. Mini 14 to replace the one I never should have sold;
    2. 12 G sxs coach gun without hammers;
    3. Another 1911 a1 because no one should have only one;
    4. Ultra light weight carry gun, probably a KelTech .380 type;
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