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Old 10-08-2011, 01:22 PM   #31
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Axxe55, are you sure the "Colt Fairy" won't come after you or curse you with a cut-up thumb the next time you go shooting for not "Thinking Colt?"
well the Dan Wesson 1911 Valor and the Colt XSE and the Special Combat Government models look nice too. i tend to buy what i can afford like a lot of people, and when i run across a good deal on something i really like, i buy it.
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This is what I have, very much like it. I am not a big pistol shooter, this is
my "Oh ****" gun; works flawlessly.
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... so you can buy alittle ammo...
Sacrilege!!! Buy Ammo??? (j/k)
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I have a Taurus PT1911 and after checking out many 1911 models this $650 dollar firearm is great it has a lot of extras on it factory so for this price I believe it's hard to beat i have had a Taurus PT 92 9mm for some time now and it has never failed me As I shoot this Taurus 1911 I'm thinking it will be just as reliable so far so good love it
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I have a Taurus PT1911 and after checking out many 1911 models this $650 dollar firearm is great it has a lot of extras on it factory so for this price I believe it's hard to beat i have had a Taurus PT 92 9mm for some time now and it has never failed me As I shoot this Taurus 1911 I'm thinking it will be just as reliable so far so good love it
I had a PT-99 that I used to carry and that gun was flawless as well! It used to be my carry gun and I could never make it fail on the range with mixed ammo or low power rounds or anything else I threw at it - what a trooper! Gotta love Taurus!
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STI Trojan. Period
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Go to Dawson Precision. Do some research it is the best for the buck. 999.00.
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Got to agree with that, I own two of them.

And Dawson used to test shoot the guns before selling to make sure they feed and group well before selling. Good place to get one and not have any problems.
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I'm sure im late to this but.... If I had 1000 bucks right now to spend on a 1911, i would buy a Kimber.
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I have an AMT hardballer 1911, you can have it for 1000 bucks, np!
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