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Old 08-10-2012, 03:41 PM   #1011
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Just got my grips in from Dave, very nice as always :-)

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Old 08-11-2012, 02:24 AM   #1012
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Just got my grips in from Dave, very nice as always :-)
Looks great. I like the traditional scheme.

Viewing with my small phone, but are you still able to eject your mag? Might just be the angle or my tiny screen, but does the right grip cover part of the mag button?
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Looks great. I like the traditional scheme.

Viewing with my small phone, but are you still able to eject your mag? Might just be the angle or my tiny screen, but does the right grip cover part of the mag button?
Thanks Olympus, i love everything about it. Yes the mag eject button still works perfect.
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LoL! I told ya somebody would notice that!! Ha ha!

That's the first thing I asked him, Olympus! I can't believe I let a pair slip through without a notch there!! At least it still works and of course he knows I'll replace 'em anytime he wants.

It's actually been weeks since I made a set of grips. So many holsters going on, it's been hard to make the time. Think I'll force myself to crank out a few this weekend though.

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LoL! I told ya somebody would notice that!! Ha ha!

That's the first thing I asked him, Olympus! I can't believe I let a pair slip through without a notch there!! At least it still works and of course he knows I'll replace 'em anytime he wants.

It's actually been weeks since I made a set of grips. So many holsters going on, it's been hard to make the time. Think I'll force myself to crank out a few this weekend though.
No complaints from me brother,everything is great :-)
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Got my 1977 MK IV Series 70 back from y gunsmith yesterday.

He installed a LPA TRT rear sight, new front sight, put in a new spur match grade hammer und did a triggerjob.
Also he put in a solid mainspring guide rod.

I like it and can´t wait to give the stallion a run at the range next week.





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Got my 1977 MK IV Series 70 back from y gunsmith yesterday.

He installed a LPA TRT rear sight, new front sight, put in a new spur match grade hammer und did a triggerjob.
Also he put in a solid mainspring guide rod.

I like it and can´t wait to give the stallion a run at the range next week.
Love the grips very well done
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Here's my brand new Ruger SR1911 that we just bought yesterday!!!!
Really cool, I want one so bad, but I live in CA and I don't think they are approved
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Really cool, I want one so bad, but I live in CA and I don't think they are approved
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