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Old 11-05-2010, 05:37 PM   #11
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I have to say, it's not for me, but I can appreciate the labor of love that went into it.

I have seen a couple of Custom Creation pieces and they do not disappoint.

If it works for you brother, more power to you.

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Beautiful gun. I can see where that set up could come in right handy. The knife is out, mounted and ready for cutting off keep sake souvenirs after dispatching your adversary.

Bang, bang, slice....

Be careful holstering that thing!

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I'd like to have that treatment done to the slide on my Kimber, and then have Kimber do their Kimpro treatment on the frame, that would make for a nice looking 1911...

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I sent the slide/barrel to a guy Todd at customizedcreationz. He does excellent work, however, the turn around took forever... What was supposed to be 12 weeks turned into almost 10 months. It's called "Nickel Cobalt Mirror Plating." I will do an intro, I just signed up today.

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The bayonet is in case of a Zombie Apocalypse... BTW, Have you guys seen "The walking dead" on AMC yet? Its awesome! If you like Zombies movies/shows check it out!
So how much does a slide like that cost, if you don't mind me asking?
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I want to get my Sigma slide that shiny. The bayonet/knife is the penultimate. There was a thread on training with one. I am digging it.

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So how much does a slide like that cost, if you don't mind me asking?
it was $125 for the slide, the barrel was $40 i think? The quadra porting was a lot more...
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Sir; I'll not set my Glocks beside yours your is one special looking specimen

Thanks for sharing; ''mine'' are crying

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Sir; I'll not set my Glocks beside yours your is one special looking specimen

Thanks for sharing; ''mine'' are crying
Thanks, I have my moments..
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In a truly tactical encounter type situation I might be concerned that the ultra shiny slide might bring undue attention. Then again, if used correctly it could serve a a means to temporarily blind an enemy...

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In a truly tactical encounter type situation I might be concerned that the ultra shiny slide might bring undue attention. Then again, if used correctly it could serve a a means to temporarily blind an enemy...
blind, shoot, stab
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