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Old 09-17-2013, 03:55 AM   #1241
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I bought my Gov't Model used, and really don't love the sites. But whoever owned that took good care of it, and the trigger is amazing. If I knew what I was doing I'd tKe it apart and check it out. I'll have my Dad look at the internals when he's here this winter. It is a Series 80, but feels as sweet as my new Wiley Clapp. Maybe it is just the age and being broken in well. I shot lights out with that gun.
That Wiley Clapp's an awesome commander. I don't have a 70 series pistol yet,but the two Colt 80 series triggers that I do have,are very nice.

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Old 10-20-2013, 04:21 PM   #1242
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:23 PM   #1243
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My Kimber CDP with grips from Larry Davidson
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:33 PM   #1244
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My Kimber CDP with grips from Larry Davidson
Different looking grips, nice.
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My very first attempt at making my own grips for my Springfield 1911-A1 Range Officer.

I got the fit down, I just gotta use my imgination a little to come up with some better looking ones,




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My very first attempt at making my own grips for my Springfield 1911-A1 Range Officer. I got the fit down, I just gotta use my imgination a little to come up with some better looking ones, Jim

Personally I kinda like 'em.
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Thanks JW,
I made a set today out of a piece of burled Cherry, all smooth finish, that I like pretty good.(not Tru-Oiled yet.

I gotta get something exciting .
I been woodworker for 40 years , but never tried grips, It really is fun.


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My very first attempt at making my own grips for my Springfield 1911-A1 Range Officer.

I got the fit down, I just gotta use my imgination a little to come up with some better looking ones,

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I like em. A little rough looking but I bet some people would like that. Damn good first attempt.
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That's a classy looking gun. Very nice.
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