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Old 02-23-2012, 06:36 AM   #11
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Ya buddy, that will be a great gift to yourself. I think those were S70 Colts with compensators on them. Ive heard that Colt has top notch CS
Found a colt series 70 new for a grand one last question. Where do I get that comp
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Springfield also has one similar...Their Loaded model in black stainless.
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The plastic houseing spring is plastic
Pretty sure they are plastic on Colts too. At least they have been in the past.
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Found a colt series 70 new for a grand one last question. Where do I get that comp
Man i dont know where you can find that comp, you may check Midway USA or try Ebay
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You do know that a comp on a .45 ACP does nothing but add forward weight...right?

This is the only Colt I've found that benefits/needs a comp!

My Colt Government XSE 460 Rowland.

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Pretty sure they are plastic on Colts too. At least they have been in the past.
They are, most manufactures use composite MSH's today.
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Pretty sure they are plastic on Colts too. At least they have been in the past.
It's an easy fix I didn't want plastic but I wanted the gun Well it's not real easy

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Have you thought about magna port?
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The series 70 colt has a steel mainspring housing
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