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Old 07-01-2010, 12:46 AM   #11
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The fit and finish is outstanding, its German.





Barrel at muzzle. notice anything?



Yep, threaded, and today at the gun shop we installed a Sig Mosquito barrel adapter and then put a can on this baby!

I didn't have my camera with me so I will go back and get some photos. It looks bad-azz with the can!!
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And the "Canebrake Centennial" would never have a threaded barrel!


Good thing this is just a .22LR practice pistol for you Cane.

Nice looking pistol, but how does it shoot?

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Whoa...a can! I'm ready to see some pics!

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I think I have found my next toy. OH I have a place close by that sells cans as well.... OH OH OH OH OH......

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Very nice acquisition canebrake!

I handled one at the gunshow last weekend & agree that it seems to be of quality construction. The trigger felt pretty good for a new gun.

I have a feeling my Mosquito thread adapter will be residing on a new host shortly.

After break in, I'd be curious to see if it cycles subsonic ammo with the suppressor?

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Very nice acquisition canebrake!

I handled one at the gunshow last weekend & agree that it seems to be of quality construction. The trigger felt pretty good for a new gun.

I have a feeling my Mosquito thread adapter will be residing on a new host shortly.

After break in, I'd be curious to see if it cycles subsonic ammo with the suppressor?
The Sig adapter will require some modification to clear the barrel bushing allowing the slide to return to battery. (Slight mod)

I'm sure GSG has, or soon will have the can adapter available.

Damn can will cost twice as much as the gun with tax stamp!

Yea, like thats gonna' stop me!

The gun is stamped .22LR HV and I bet it will require the HV ammo to cycle the slide. A little spring tweaking should tune it to the sub-sonic.

Stay tuned, film at 11:00.
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Sooo, did we have a range report elsewhere... trigger, groups??

Really interested to see if that sweet pup will shoot with the MkIIIs or maybe challenge a 41.
Wouldn't THAT be something.
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Where did you get the GSG-1911 for $283.20 ??
Everywhere I've checked is asking around $328.

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Just bought one yesterday for $295 from my local guy that does anything and everything at cost + $10. But you're right, anywhere else I look, it's $329.

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