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Old 04-06-2013, 03:38 PM   #31
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You made the right choice.

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You made the right choice.
Thanks I'm going to be able to get out tomorrow and break her in!:-)
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You for sure made the right choice. Congrats sir.

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You for sure made the right choice. Congrats sir.
Thank you Limbkiller ! I'm gonna see if that Ranger hollowpoint works out as well has it has in my other pistols.
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Thank you Limbkiller ! I'm gonna see if that Ranger hollowpoint works out as well has it has in my other pistols.
congrats on the new Colt! enjoy it.
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congrats on the new Colt! enjoy it.
Thanks because of the advice I got from you all here I ended up with one great pistol.I haven't taken her out yet but in breaking her down and putting her back together and giving her a few dry fires I can feel and see the quality so I really owe it to you guys.Thank you!
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Thanks because of the advice I got from you all here I ended up with one great pistol.I haven't taken her out yet but in breaking her down and putting her back together and giving her a few dry fires I can feel and see the quality so I really owe it to you guys.Thank you!
IMO, i think you made one fine choice in 1911's. looks good.
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Hello Hawg. I just got a Rossi 92 and would like to know if you actually " fill " the action with that white lithium grease or just lube it with it.

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Hello Hawg. I just got a Rossi 92 and would like to know if you actually " fill " the action with that white lithium grease or just lube it with it.
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Yeah...after all, what does Paul Liebenberg know about building guns....?
Yea, I know, here goes cane with another 1911 history lesson.

Well sit back and let me tell you about Paul.

In 1983 Paul Liebenberg immigrated to the US from South Africa and went to work for Frank Pachmayr in Los Angeles. (Anyone remember the "Pachmayr Combat Special" 1911?) In short order he rose to manage Frank's Custom Gun Shop.

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In 1985 he opened Pistol Dynamics in Los Angeles to build high-end 1911's and Pachmayr pistols on contract. During this time he worked on the technical development of the 40-caliber pistol cartridge that eventually became the 40 S&W.

In 1989 Paul joined Smith and Wesson to structure the Performance Center where he designed and developed unique S&W pistols and manufacturing methods.

In 2001 Paul moved to Palm Bay, Florida and opened the current Pistol Dynamics 2.

The development continued on the 1911 and the "PS Liebenberg Combat Special" Evolution resulted. Please note the Evolution has an external extractor. Wonder where that came from? Maybe some design work while at S&W?

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Another unique item is the captured front sight. Instead of the typical dove tailed sight the front of the slide is machined and the sight is installed. A coffin shaped barrel bushing secures the sight.

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Pistol Dynamics produces some of the finest high-end 1911’s in the world.

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BC you are so predictable. Yes I'm sure Paul Liebenberg is more than capable of choosing the extraction mechanics for his pistols. I have serious respect for Paul and his smithing skilz, and I'm sure he cares little about my preferences in 1911 spent shell extraction methods.

With that said, what does this have to do with "...what does Paul Liebenberg know about building guns....?" [SIC]
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