exactly. now i do see an atermarket grip safety, possibly a different trigger and hammer, ambi saftey and of course the comp. to me it really wouldn't matter whether a gunsmith did it or someone's DIY job. i still think the trade would be a good one.Na I haven't shot it or anything he said he bought the gun the way it was used from a gunstore and they told him all the work was done by a gunsmith but no receipt of the work so its jus his word
I wish lol it's a "limited edition" 10/22vleb I paid 400 for the gun 100 for the scopeChainfire said:Even if all of the parts are not fitted properly, and you have to tune that .45 up, it is worth a lot more than the .22 with the heavy barrel. We don't have enough info to work with but I think I am seeing a $600.00 .45 there.
What have you got in the .22? $300 maybe?
for the most part i do agree with you on the comp, but looking at the pistol, it's quite possible someone set it up to use hotter ammo shooting competition. if so, then it would be useful. if not, then it's more for looks a you said.See, that's kind of what I was expecting. It's a decent .45 and I say decent lightly, for your very nice 10/22. I'm sure you know how well your 10/22 works but that .45 could just be junk. I would definitely get my hands on it before I committed to anything. But then again, it's your money.
Anytime I see someone trying to get rid of a .45 with a bushing comp on it I laugh. Comps nowadays are pointless and when they're on 1911's it's usually because buddy want his gun to looks badass! Lmao.