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Old 02-27-2010, 03:06 PM   #11
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Sounds like that Kimber is treating you right Goju. What is your overall impression of the weapon?
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More than pleased I assure you. I'm trying to conjure up a scheme to get a full size steel frame 1911 now. It's that good!

What to sell??? What to sell??
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And so the addiction begins

Nice shooting and nice purchase!
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More than pleased I assure you. I'm trying to conjure up a scheme to get a full size steel frame 1911 now. It's that good!

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I can support that belief. Welcome into the light my brother.
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People keep throwing Wilson's and Nighthawks in my face for less that 2k.

I have to make a choice. Either get married and go on a nice honeymoon OR buy a nice new 1911. hmmmmmmmm.....

OH lawd she would kill me if she knew I wrote that,lol.
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People keep throwing Wilson's and Nighthawks in my face for less that 2k.

I have to make a choice. Either get married and go on a nice honeymoon OR buy a nice new 1911. hmmmmmmmm.....

OH lawd she would kill me if she knew I wrote that,lol.
Yes she would! I sold a 75 Bronco before I got married....which I had that thing back but I have a good woman.

You aren't alone in the desire for a full sized 1911. I want a stainless model so I can drop the 460 kit into it but that will have to wait.

Glad to hear you're enjoying your new weapon. I don't leave home without mine!
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