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Old 01-05-2010, 10:46 AM   #1
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I've been sold on DW's since a friend of mine reccomended them last year. After hours of research and reading I'm even more sold. There 1911's are just top notch for a production gun. I believe better than any production gun on the market. I really wish they would have continued the cbob or even made one in an aluminum frame for carry, but now I like the CCO's. This will most likely be my first firearm purchase this year.

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Old 01-05-2010, 10:55 AM   #2
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When can we expect to see this weapon in our,...I mean, your arsenal?

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Hopefully within the next month or so........after I do my taxes.

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I wish I was getting a return but since I was basically self employed the last 4 months of the year I have a feeling I'll be paying in this time.

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Yikes!!

I may have to wait to get the 2010 model CCO, they sound alot better albeit more $$$$$.

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That is one sweet-looking gun, and I'm told they shoot even better than they look. Gun p0rn soon, please!

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These won't even be ready until mid february I've read.

They will have a nice ionbonded finish instead of the cerakote, but the price might be the dealbreaker between the 09 and the 10 models.

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These won't even be ready until mid february I've read.

They will have a nice ionbonded finish instead of the cerakote, but the price might be the dealbreaker between the 09 and the 10 models.

Spend it now before the Obamanites take it from you!
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You're gonna love the CCO! I highly recommend this one, it's UBERschweet!
I get mine back tomorrow - I sent if off to Dave Severns to have an STI long carbon trigger and ambi safety put in.
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You're gonna love the CCO! I highly recommend this one, it's UBERschweet!
I get mine back tomorrow - I sent if off to Dave Severns to have an STI long carbon trigger and ambi safety put in.
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Hey Sarge! Is it worth waiting for the 2010 model or should I go ahead with the 09' ? I think either would be great and I think their biggest upgrade is the finish, but the 09' is cerakote already, cerakote is good stuff.
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