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Old 12-05-2011, 11:33 PM   #1
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Hey guys and gals I'm on the verge of purchasing my first handgun. My dad gave me a SW .44 magnum for my birthday. But next I want
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Old 12-05-2011, 11:35 PM   #2
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Sorry ill continue on this. But I'm looking into a colt 1911. I was wondering if you guys had some advice to a make and tips for buying. Thanks!
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Are you looking for a plain jane 1911 configuration or more of a "suped up" configuration?
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Probably more of a suped up version
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Are you looking for a plain jane 1911 configuration or more of a "suped up" configuration?
Or you could go for all the gusto and get the "souped-up" configuration. Holy crap!
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Or you could go for all the gusto and get the "souped-up" configuration. Holy crap!
I'll have the pot roast version if it's all the same.
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Probably more of a suped up version
I would recommend the Colt Gold Cup then.
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I would recommend the Colt Gold Cup then.
I cc two matched gold cups. They are an awesome and sexy piece of weaponry. Mine were pretty much plain jane when i got them. Now they have alot of dan wesson parts in them plus crimson trace low profile adjustable night sights(replaced my tru glows last night) and pronghorn grips. I love them. Mine are matte finished now which w the goat horn grips is bad@$$ if i do say so myself. They shoot and function awesomely straight out of the box.
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