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Old 10-03-2012, 04:09 AM   #1
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Default My new toy!!!

Just got her today:

Springfield Ultra Compact 1911 .45 ACP

Anyone know where I can get custom parts for it?

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Old 10-03-2012, 01:13 PM   #2
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Congrats! Check Brownells and MidwayUSA for parts.

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What's it need?

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What's it need?
I was looking at changing the grips, but that's about all. Haha
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Crimson Trace laser grips

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If you like wood I highly recommend sarges grips.

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I have a set of African Blackwood with his daily carry pattern in a slim grip. Fit and finish is awesome. Ryan is great to deal with! I have no problem recommending his product.

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VZ Operators II

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Dave (longballer) did your holster right?
Beatiful work.

Congrats on the pistol man i still need to get a 1911

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Those are AWESOME!!!! Where can I order them? That is, by for, FOR SURE, what I want.

Well, either that, or those "Infidel" grips made by Custom Killer Grips, because after all, I am a Major League Infidel! Lol
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Just google VZ Grips. I have the Operator II's on my 1911 as well and love them. They are pretty aggressive, so be aware of that before you order. They have lots of different patterns that are less aggressive if you prefer.

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