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Old 12-09-2012, 01:33 PM   #91
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Yes i said that and heres;

Those high end pistols are hand fitted to be very tight meaning-you get dirt in there, your screwed.
Drop it and mud gets on it agian your screwed.
Get water in it,(let's say its raining), your up **** creek without a paddle and all your holding is an expensive throwing stone.
Those pistol are ment to be admired....
Mythology.
Spoken like someone who has never dealt with them. A lot of Wilson, Brown & Nighthawk owners use them like any other 1911. They ARE NOT hothouse flowers.
Sig didn't suddenly make all other 1911s obsolete when they came out with theirs.
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Anyone who sees Sig as a throw away gun is incapable of enjoying and acknowledging quality. Id love to be able to afford a wilson or a night hawk custom, but i wouldnt trade or sell my kimber for the life of me. Its what i can afford and its an amazingly built firearm, just as sig, springfield, etc.
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I love that colt. What model is it? And what grips do you have on it?
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New Colt Rail gun with VZ Tactical Diamonds- Black Desert Sand G10 -Full Size 1911- Spartan Etching grips.
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New Colt Rail gun with VZ Tactical Diamonds- Black Desert Sand G10 -Full Size 1911- Spartan Etching grips.
That's definatly a nice one. How does she shoot?
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Oh, man! I cannot wait to get mine!
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Shoots great. About 800 rounds down and not one issue, no FTF or FTE. As far as accuracy, if I do my part it does it's. Very easy to break down and clean. Overall very happy. Now if ammo would come back to a halfway reasonable price......
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