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Old 03-23-2012, 07:36 AM   #21
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Colt Compact before (I carried this for a couple of years then a safe queen)



and after a trip to Novak for sights and Metaloy for refinish (now I carry it again)



Colt TALO GCNM



Pistol Dynamics XO. Bobtailed, dawson rail, active recoil plug, gold bead front sight, fluted barrel, custom serial number. My favorite shooter.







Still have a couple more but limited to 10 pics
Well do another post!

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Nice metamorphosis of the Colt Compact.

The Talo NM is outstanding.

The Paul Liebenberg X-0 has me infatuated. I've been a fan of him all the way back to his Pachmayr days. And that fluted bull barrel is righteous!

Does the ARP system justify the up-charge?

His shop is just up I95 from me. Some day!
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Old 03-23-2012, 04:40 PM   #22
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Les Baer thunder ranch special

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All of these are very beutiful firearms and thankyou for posting on this thread, go ahead and check out my other treads as well!

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Old 03-23-2012, 08:26 PM   #24
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All right, here is the other post
as far as the ARP on the PD it is worth the price. That gun shoots everything very well but loves 200 grn Hornady TAP, shoots them into one hole all day long

SA Target model fixed up by Neil Keller at Kustom Ballistics for bullseye.


Para LDA CCO, one of the early power extractor guns. Gonna be a project gun this year (I'm wondering what an NP3 coating on the internals will do for the action)

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All right, here is the other post
as far as the ARP on the PD it is worth the price. That gun shoots everything very well but loves 200 grn Hornady TAP, shoots them into one hole all day long

SA Target model fixed up by Neil Keller at Kustom Ballistics for bullseye.

Para LDA CCO, one of the early power extractor guns. Gonna be a project gun this year (I'm wondering what an NP3 coating on the internals will do for the action)
Man I just love the look of that SA target model and the grips on it are just beutiful dude now I k ow what to get for my next Birthday lol!!!
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Kimber Custom II with yellow box elder grips from wicked grips. Pro carry II stainless, aluminum frame, crimson trace CF grips, tritium night sights.



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Ruger SR1911, matte stainless. Bare bones basic 1911, but I enjoy it.

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Old 03-27-2012, 04:19 AM   #28
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Heres my very basic sig 1911. Bought today.

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Heres my very basic sig 1911. Bought today.
Nice, I hace the tac ops and love it. what did you pay
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Old 03-27-2012, 07:48 AM   #30
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I actually paid a little over $1000 otd. I live in california so i am limited. Overall i am very excited to pick it up in 10 days and take it to the range.

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