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Old 10-08-2010, 11:22 PM   #1
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Hey everyone...im looking at getting a 1911..This will be my first one and I really dont know which brands are top par..Ive been looking at Kimbers and Springfields..Im going to go for a .45...Any help on more info would be nice.
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:11 AM   #2
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Whats your budget?
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trying to stay under $1000
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If $1000 dollars is your limit I would hold off and save $200 more and buy the Springfield Armory TRP. You won't regret the purchase. Here is mine.

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I picked up a NIB Stainless Colt Gold Cup Trophy for less than $1000 on GunBroker. Was right at $1000 with shipping and transfer.
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can't go wrong with springfield!
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I love my my Springfield 1911. This is the model I have. Mine has the Springfield logo engraved in the Cocobolo Grips but otherwise the exact same gun.

Springfield SRVC TGT 45SS Package $823.00 SHIPS FREE
Beautiful gun. I might have to plan a trip down to Key West to have a beer with you and shoot that puppy.
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Is this the one you use for competition?
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I got a Kimber for light sale that is well under $1000 if you are interested.

Look at the used market in your area. With the economy the way it is, there are deals out there if you are willing to make a few calls and do a bit of driving.

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Hey everyone...im looking at getting a 1911..This will be my first one and I really dont know which brands are top par..Ive been looking at Kimbers and Springfields..Im going to go for a .45...Any help on more info would be nice.
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Hey everyone...im looking at getting a 1911..This will be my first one and I really dont know which brands are top par..Ive been looking at Kimbers and Springfields..Im going to go for a .45...Any help on more info would be nice.
i bought a new colt series 70 just a few weeks back for 800. superb gun. i would go for about anything before getting a kimber.
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