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Old 08-20-2013, 03:16 AM   #11
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Are you allowed to own a Glock and a 1911 at the same time?
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Are you allowed to own a Glock and a 1911 at the same time? That is just wrong.
That's about as old as the Caliber debate.. I'll leave it at that for the sake of not spiraling out of control into ANOTHER Glock vs 1911 thread
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LOL You never know what they are up to on the left coast.
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1911s tend to be EXTREMELY addictive. Don't be surprised if you end up with two or three more 1911s in your collection.

I just bought my first (Remington 1911R1) a few months ago, and I am hooked. I already want another in 460 Rowland or 400 CorBon. Maybe one in 9mm or 38 Super too. The heck with it, I want them all.
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ONLY, if they touch.
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1911s tend to be EXTREMELY addictive. Don't be surprised if you end up with two or three more 1911s in your collection.

I just bought my first (Remington 1911R1) a few months ago, and I am hooked. I already want another in 460 Rowland or 400 CorBon. Maybe one in 9mm or 38 Super too. The heck with it, I want them all.
I'll take one of each too....
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I am really thinking about a Dan Wesson 38 super. I am told it is the 9mm for grownups.

Les Baher makes one as well, I just need the $.
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Be careful! I found that after I got into 1911's, my polymer pistols felt less appealing to shoot and started to get neglected.
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Be careful! I found that after I got into 1911's, my polymer pistols felt less appealing to shoot and started to get neglected.
This is what I keep hearing.... Lol.

Every gun had its purpose. My 30 will stay my SD but I'am sure my DW will get ample range time
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Are you allowed to own a Glock and a 1911 at the same time? That is just wrong.
Yes this is completely permissible. One to use on a regular basis and one to stay locked in the safe.

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And now you know which one get's locked in the safe.
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