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Old 08-22-2009, 07:22 PM   #1
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Picked up an "NM" serial number Springer Mil-Spec today. Wasn't really in the market for another 1911 as I just got the Norinco - but the price was to good to pass up. Now I have one from most of the major makers: Colt, Kimber, S&W, Springer, and Norinco. Love the crossed cannon grips...



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Old 08-22-2009, 07:38 PM   #2
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Where do you find those wonderful toys?? Nice piece NGIB!!



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Awesome new addition! Love the grips.

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Beautiful gun. I like those simple 1911s much more than any of the models with lots of belts and whistles. And the grips are gorgeous. Congratulations!

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Picked up an "NM" serial number Springer Mil-Spec today. Wasn't really in the market for another 1911 as I just got the Norinco - but the price was to good to pass up. Now I have one from most of the major makers: Colt, Kimber, S&W, Springer, and Norinco. Love the crossed cannon grips...

Great looking weapon,the grips are awesome. Great addition to your 1911 family.


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