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Old 08-29-2012, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Butter View Post
Thanks! It's not the cheapest thing to shoot but nothing says hello like the business end of a .45!
agreed! I had a sig 1911 for the longest time. loved that gun, but I'm a weekend shooter, and yea your right, sure isn't cheap.

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Originally Posted by jacksonsnorth View Post
I carried an M1911 suring most of my tour on the DMZ in Korea in the late 70s and 45=wake up the room. LOL The one I had was pretty shot out from being a Vietnam leftover so if you did not hit em, the wind of it going past would knock em down. Hence you get a second shot on em.! LOL
I love em, reliable and strong. I sold the sig I mentioned above to my dad, he had been wanting a 1911, carried one in the.marine corps, the sig was a far cry from his but he was happy.

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Originally Posted by CdnoilRAM View Post
Hmmm, can't find any pics of the one gun I owned, and I used to keep it at my parent's place because I'm not allowed to store firearm in my condo. Sold 5 years ago and VERY sad because it's a rare piece of firearms art. File shots are slim pickings for it as well, but I did find one that kind of works. Gents, I give you a thing of time-tested beauty:

A .458 Holland & Holland 'Royal' side-by-side breach-load. Never able to fire more than 4 consecutive shots without my arm falling off.

Kurtis, that's beautiful. literally beauty in a gun.
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