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Old 11-11-2009, 04:36 PM   #1
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Dan Wesson 1911, Cant wait to fire this baby, my next upgrade is some houge rap around grips, but for this one i will be looking at keeping that wood look

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Old 11-11-2009, 05:24 PM   #2
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Sweet! Good choice!

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That's an excellent choice. Dan Wessons' are loaded with Ed Brown parts and are incredibly tight and well made. I think they're an underpriced sleeper.

I had a CBOB and it was my favorite 1911 until circumstances forced me to sell it. If I ever get flush again I will buy another in a New York minute.

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That's an excellent choice. Dan Wessons' are loaded with Ed Brown parts and are incredibly tight and well made. I think they're an underpriced sleeper.

I had a CBOB and it was my favorite 1911 until circumstances forced me to sell it. If I ever get flush again I will buy another in a New York minute.
word thanks guys, i am really loving this gun
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That is a good gun. The Dan Wessons take some beating's in cyberspace and interwebz, but CA357 is right, it has a ton of good stuff under the hood.

I am looking forward to your shooting impressions and to see how well you do on your Range Report.

Congrats!

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Congrats on the new gun.....those 1911 are nice lookin' guns!

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Very nice sir.

Well done
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Jusselin, you're 'effin hooked!!

Get a set of Hogues in wood for that puppy!



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Nice!! I'm soooooooo jealous!!!

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Get a set of Hogues in wood for that puppy!



those are the ones i am hunting for and yeah i am hooked....my slide release on this one though is extremelytight i guess you would say...any pointers on how to losen it up
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