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Old 10-21-2011, 04:09 PM   #11
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Hard to pick a favorite. I'm relatively new to pistols, but have several Bersas & 1911s. I guess my favorite 1911 is a Colt CCO & my favorite Bersa is a 9mm Ultra Compact.

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My Dad's M1911A1 Ithaca that went from Normandy 1944 to Dachau 1945;

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My favorite three I have are as follows:

Kimber eclipse pro 2
Kimber compact stainless 2
Kimber stainless 2

Yes all 1911s and all in .45

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Really nice Cane. Something like that, with the history behind it, would easily be a favorite, favorite!!

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Commander size 1911

Smith & Wesson 686

Ruger Mk III

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I'm not gonna comment on my own pistols because they aren't that great,but if I had to pick a perfect pistol it would probably be a Browning Hi-Power in the original 9mm,there's just something about it.

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I'm not gonna comment on my own pistols because they aren't that great,but if I had to pick a perfect pistol it would probably be a Browning Hi-Power in the original 9mm,there's just something about it.
My second favorite!

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Gotta be my sig 1911 and my glock 17

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My second favorite!

And my personal Numero Uno!!!!

Browning's Hi Power is the Pistol,Perfected.
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It's a tough call but I think I would say my Ruger Security Six .357...i dont know if I kust got lucky or if the early 80's guns were all that accurate. Neck and neck would be my WW2 Canadian Inglas Hi Power. It appeared to be virtually unfired when i bought it years ago and it operates flawlessly with everything i put through it and its also very accurate.

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