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Old 08-08-2007, 02:57 PM   #1
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I'm looking at getting a 1911 and I like the model in this picture. Can anyone tell me what brand and model it is ... I know it has aftermarket rosewood grips with a rubber wrap. Thanks for any and all help.

Here is the site, just enlarge the picture:

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/cb/cb.asp?a=356539

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Old 08-08-2007, 08:00 PM   #2
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Actually I think those are Pachmayr rubber/rosewood grips.

Not sure on the model of the gun tho. Sure wouldn't wanna carry that around for long though!

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you can zoom the pic and it says on the frame Safari something. Likely a Safari arms. Been out of business for a while. Most of the guns by them I've seen had squared trigger housings.

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Thanks for correcting me on the grips, I was kinda assuming what they were. That would be so heavy and off balance with that drum. I would shoot it like it is in the picture...with the mag resting on a table haha ! I just like that its plain and black, thats pretty much what I want to buy. Does anyone know something that looks close to or very similar to that gun?
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I found another pic of it on that site and that gun is
Serial#600820 Safari Supply Inc. Ontario CA.
However, it looks like it is a full size(5 inch barrel) 1911 clone with rosewood Pachmyer grips.
Lots of companies make 1911 clones such as:
Springfield
Taurus
S&W
Kimber
Para Ordance.

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I found another pic of it on that site and that gun is
Serial#600820 Safari Supply Inc. Ontario CA.
Safari Supply is the Canadian distributor for Norinco.
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