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Old 04-13-2011, 04:49 AM   #1
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Just picked us a used one in 5" barrel today - feels great in the hand, can't wait to get it on the range! It's my second 1911, the other is a Kimber Tactical Entry II which is a tack driver!

This is a pix of the 1911PD with my Bul 9mm. The 2nd pix is my Kimber.

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Old 04-13-2011, 01:16 PM   #2
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Congrats! One of my good friends has a S&W 1911 that is his daily carry gun and it's a heck of an accurate pistol!

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Congratulations on another 1911. There's no such thing as too many 1911's.

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Congratulations on another 1911. There's no such thing as too many 1911's.
Couldn't agree more!!
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Congrats. I keep finding more and more 1911's that seem to need a home. The wife is tired of the "It followed me home, can I keep it?" question.

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Thanks for the boner.

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