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Old 10-17-2010, 03:17 AM   #401
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Recent purchases by a guy I know who works in a gun shop. Must have a collector's licence also since he bought 4 this week...and I do think there's normally a limit lol


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He shoots Metallic Silhouette competitions, therefore .45cal is legal (just not above .38 for anyone else)
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well it still shoots 45 acp

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Here's my Para. Not as nice as a full sized 1911, but it's mine.
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Recall on Colt pistols, check out there website:

Colt's Manufacturing Company LLC
Just curious about this. What was the recall for. No longer on colt's site

Never mind, found it. Not effected.

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Really, M14sRock,

You hadn't forgot you had that 1932 Colt did you? She is a beautiful classic. I'm showing a Colt series - 80 - Gov,. Model and Colt's 1918 WWII 1911 reproduction by Colt which looks a lot like your 1932 MFG Colt. I made the grips and use both units to model the grips so folks visiting my site can see them on a Stainless and Black unit & have no doubt about the fit. The 1918 wasn't really blued due to the rush to get these units into the field.

BTW; As a Nam vet, Third Bn Fourth Marine Div., home base was Phu Bai, seldom there, up North 95% of the time, Operation Hastings and others. I served as a Scout and the 14 was good partner.

Thank you for sharing your [forgotten?) treasure.
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Really, M14sRock,

You hadn't forgot you had that 1932 Colt did you? She is a beautiful classic. I'm showing a Colt series - 80 - Gov,. Model and Colt's 1918 WWII 1911 reproduction by Colt which looks a lot like your 1932 MFG Colt. I made the grips and use both units to model the grips so folks visiting my site can see them on a Stainless and Black unit & have no doubt about the fit. The 1918 wasn't really blued due to the rush to get these units into the field.

BTW; As a Nam vet, Third Bn Fourth Marine Div., home base was Phu Bai, seldom there, up North 95% of the time, Operation Hastings and others. I served as a Scout and the 14 was good partner.

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Thank you sir for your service. I'm glad the M14 served you well. They are just as good today as they were then. And welcome aboard.

My 1932 Colt was featured in the first post in this thread. And I love that you noticed it in the other thread. I love that pistol.
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BTW; As a Nam vet, Third Bn Fourth Marine Div., home base was Phu Bai, seldom there, up North 95% of the time, Operation Hastings and others. I served as a Scout and the 14 was good partner.

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Welcome to the FTF community and thank you for your service.

Please go to the New Member Introductions thread and introduce yourself to the gang. We like to get to know the new folks and you seem like you'll be a great addition here.
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My Operator with mew grips.
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