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Old 02-24-2012, 10:01 PM   #21
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What about not fancy stuff but internal stuff?
Internal stuff? Didn’t it come with “stuff” on the inside?:
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I have several 1911s on my wish list. None of them have a rail & I don't foresee ever owning a 1911 with a rail.
Then you haven't seen or held the SIG Scorpion/Carry.
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The best and only accessories needed for a .45 are lots of ammo and lots of practice. Bells and whistles will not assist you if you need the firearm for serious purposes. You are far better served to learn to shoot well with the original iron sites and not depend on anything but your skill in handling the gun.

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The best and only accessories needed for a .45 are lots of ammo and lots of practice. Bells and whistles will not assist you if you need the firearm for serious purposes. You are far better served to learn to shoot well with the original iron sites and not depend on anything but your skill in handling the gun.

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What he said. At most a silencer if it were legal here. Lol. I hate seeing a 1911 with a rail. Looks ugly.
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What he said. At most a silencer if it were legal here. Lol. I hate seeing a 1911 with a rail. Looks ugly.
UGLY??? This is prettier than most people's girlfriends/wives
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Don't like the trigger, finish, or the rail. Real 1911's don't need any attachments.

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UGLY??? This is prettier than most people's girlfriends/wives
Now she's PRETTY!!!!
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I dont think that mine is any less of a 1911 just because i changed out a few little parts. Your right, a 1911 doesnt "need" anything. I changed them out for appearance

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Yeah it's just personal preference. I prefer them bare, others don't. IDC. They all r badass in their own way. I'm a plain dude n like all black weapons. Only guns I like in nickel are revolvers.

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