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Old 06-29-2009, 09:02 PM   #61
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Here are my 1911's. Both are Rock Island Armory's; one is a compact (3.5" barrel) and the other is a full sized. Both are great shooters.

I made the grips on this one:
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My new to me Colt Defender

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Good looking gun! I dig those grips!

I've been browsing around Sarge's site trying to find a set of grips I want.

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Good looking gun! I dig those grips!

I've been browsing around Sarge's site trying to find a set of grips I want.

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They are beautiful grips and very well made. They fit perfectly all I had to do was screw them on.
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This is my favorite from the 1911 family.
I love the way the walnut looks, and the dragon scales are cool.
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Thanks alot. I really think they compliment the Defender, much better than the rubber grips that came on it. Oddly enough I found them on ebay for $42 shipped, and they are American made grips!!

There still is quality American made products at affordable prices
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Thanks alot. I really think they compliment the Defender, much better than the rubber grips that came on it. Oddly enough I found them on ebay for $42 shipped, and they are American made grips!!

There still is quality American made products at affordable prices
What an awesome find, eBay is great for stuff like that.
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