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Old 07-21-2012, 10:55 PM   #21
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I will never buy I plastic 1911. Just like I won't buy one of those new tactical lever guns. I just think the designs were fine before and THEY DON'T NEED TO BE FIXED.
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Kimber makes a smaller framed 1911 (i think its the custom carry) and sig makes a 1911 in 22lr ha
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I will never buy I plastic 1911. Just like I won't buy one of those new tactical lever guns. I just think the designs were fine before and THEY DON'T NEED TO BE FIXED.
Amen! Those "tactical" lever guns are an eyesore to be sure.
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Old 07-22-2012, 01:21 AM   #24
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Amen! Those "tactical" lever guns are an eyesore to be sure.
Ive never been sure about the Stoeger double defenses other. I saw a an m1 carbine in .22 and a polymer stock by Chiapa. Now that was pretty cool I gotta say.
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Ive never been sure about the Stoeger double defenses other. I saw a an m1 carbine in .22 and a polymer stock by Chiapa. Now that was pretty cool I gotta say.
Stoeger makes some good firearms
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Stoeger makes some good firearms
They sure do, but I don't see the practicality of a tactical bobble barrel. I mean you can get some damn good pump actions for less than the double defense.
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I always smile to my self when people say I'd never do this or buy that w/o ever owning one or sometimes even shooting one.

If You haven't owned or shot these 2 polymer 1911's you've missed a treat.

My Kimber Gold Match

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I own a Colt 1911 and a S&W 1911 both wonderful guns too.

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For everyone's viewing pleasure. Personally I think it's better than that pink and black Iver Johnson 1911
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If polymer was around in 1911 whos to say they wouldn't have used it
I have to say that is a very valid point.
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Id like to help test the bugs out of it.
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