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Old 10-12-2010, 12:13 PM   #41
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There you go again!
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WOW I am going inside as I don't like to be out side in the middle of a SH!T storm.

I researched for over a year before my first 1911 purchase.

I have Kimber Custom II.....
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Nope over 5k rounds down range and not a single problem EVER. Mine didn't even hiccup during the "BREAK IN" she ran as smooth as a babies butt from day one. Plus it was a California GUN OMG....
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Looking back and reading my own posts as well as others I agree my comments and those of others are childish and I wish to apologize. This is supposed to be a civil place where we all discuss firearms and as adults we should respect each other. There is no need to call each other names, tell people to "Shut Up" say they are "Laughable" or comment on whether or not someone decides to contribute. I am a member of 5 gun forums and I contribute to them all after combing them a while to see if I want to stick around.

I am going to put this thread behind me and hope the other guilty parties are adult enough to do the same. We disagree. It's not the first time and most likely won't be the last time. We don't have to agree, like each other, value each others opinions or respect each other but let's agree on one thing and all act like civil adults. If my children or grand children acted like the people posting on this thread, myself included, I would take off my belt and put them over my knee.

Can we all agree to a truce?
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It all started with your "penis extension" reference, dude. I'm not apologizing for anything, don't feel the need to. But I accept yours, no hard feelings, and I've most definitely moved on.
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Alex...who is Marmaduke?
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Alex...who is Marmaduke?
That is correct, Mr. Pyle. Put another $100 on his scorecard, please... Thank you. And your selection, sir?
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