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Just for 'show & tell' my ATI 3" 1911, my DIY rework ---







Grips are buffalo bone ($40) plus my snake, steer & syn-ruby eyes, my simple engraved designs thru the factory finish ---

As 1911s go, good to carry but I rather shoot my old 1918 1911 ---
 

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I have one too....
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I have one, what would be a good, comfortable cc holster IWB for this nice little ATI.
If you like the "hybrid" holsters, you can't go wrong with pretty much any of the makers out there. They are very comfortable for daily carry.
I've got Galco KingTuk, Crossbreed SuperTuck, and a little company called Everyday Holsters hybrids for my 1911s (and a couple other pistols). The Everyday is the cheapest, but I actually like it better than the Galco anymore. I personally prefer horsehide over cow leather, but that's an extra little cost when buying.

Pop into the Self Defense Tactics & Weapons forum here at TFF for more info on what other folks are using for gunleather.
 

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If you like the "hybrid" holsters, you can't go wrong with pretty much any of the makers out there. They are very comfortable for daily carry.
I've got Galco KingTuk, Crossbreed SuperTuck, and a little company called Everyday Holsters hybrids for my 1911s (and a couple other pistols). The Everyday is the cheapest, but I actually like it better than the Galco anymore. I personally prefer horsehide over cow leather, but that's an extra little cost when buying.

Pop into the Self Defense Tactics & Weapons forum here at TFF for more info on what other folks are using for gunleather.
Thanks for the info.
 

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What did you do to engrave it?
Did you use a engraving tool (electric hitter) or a hand engraver (cutter)?.
Mike
 
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