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Old 06-18-2009, 08:05 AM   #31
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My Colt Commander and her little sister.
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Old 06-18-2009, 04:03 PM   #32
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Mmmmmmm I like Colt's........in all sizes!!!
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Me to, I just added a Colt Defender the heard. I will post pics of her soon.

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It is barely considered a 1911 clone, but I'll put a pic up nonetheless.

Star Model B 9x19mm (8+1 capacity):


It's old, ugly, and a little worn, but it operates like a well-tuned sewing machine.

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A man after my heart!

The Colt Defender is the ideal CCW!

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Old 06-19-2009, 03:06 AM   #38
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BEAUTIFUL! Who did the work? Briley?

I love the way the frame if melted in in front of the grip safety. Not many are doing that, but it is the most crucial aspect of making the frame comfortable in my opinion. I like the front strap stippling, too. Thanks for posting.
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Thank you.

It was done by a well known Gun Smith back in 1992. I picked out every piece. The list of parts reads like a who's who of custom 1911's. I even had the frame welded and re cut since back then Caspian frames weren't.

Storm Lake tube, Wilson beaver safety, extended safety,slide release, Kings sear, disconnect, trigger, Smith Alexander single piece MS and mag funnel (lot's of fitting there) Chip trigger that at the time was the first ever of this shape common now. Ti firing pin, hammer strut, extractor. BoMar sight of course.

Another thing I wanted was the tri-tone hard chroming and even though it was my IPSC gun I went with old school bluing on the slide. If you look close you will see the flats are the natural HC finish but the under cuts are bead blasted and the switches are all polished like a brand new Snap-On wrench.

I waited 2 years for it.

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