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Discussion in 'Carolinas 1911 Forum' started by Hunter, Jul 5, 2013.
Went with G10 grips...
Nice! I'm also a big fan of Sig 1911's...they make a quality product right out of the box.
One of my Novak blasters:
My work bench.
New addition vintage 1967 llama Especial ,380 factory nickel plated looks to be unfired. Nice flat grips as it is pre 1968 GCA
My Springfield loaded , I changed some things on it , put a rock Island black trigger , curved main spring housing, fatter than factory grips , no more two piece guide rod I made it into a one piece so easily take down. Love the way it shoots now. Also buying a set of meprolight night sights for it I don’t like the ones on it now
Here’s a recent addition. An early stainless TRP (5/98). Previous owner two-toned it. I added the Esmeralda grips. I think it’s in the ‘permanent pile.’ Before and after
Just got a para expert commander , want to change out all the plastic and mim parts
I'm no expert by any means, but hasn't it had been pretty well determined that there is nothing wrong with MIM parts? On the other hand, if it makes
you feel better doing it, that's all that matters. Nice looking Commander; good size for carry, and big enough to shoot accurately. Let us know how it
Thanks I had many mim parts on my new sigs snap , I’d feel better replacing them for better quality parts. Mim parts are
made to cut price down anyway
If you don't want MIM parts, why not go with an option like Dan Wesson (that come with no MIM parts)?
Got this new para on a trade I really like it , I’ll just replace the parts it’s no biggie
Still looks pretty good for 99 years old!
My new (to me) 1911
Here is my Springfield TRP Operator with half rail. This pistol is a blast to shoot(pun intended)! It's had about 700 rounds through it so far.
Found one of my grail guns. Les Baer Premier II 1.5” guarantee for a relative bargain. Only had about 75 rounds thru it. I may get some other grips for it. Put 200 rounds thru it the other day.
Deleted my old post, putting up pictures from after the cleaning. By the way, I don’t know what the orange stuff in the old pictures was but it rubbed off in my hand and wasn’t rust.
Changed to checkered Hogue grips...
My "fake" 1911. Looks like crap, but shoots wonderfully! The rust/wear on the frame and slide is nowhere near as bad in person...
Pool Table by CAG Rep posted Oct 3, 2018 at 7:48 PM
Sent my Premier II to Les Baer for a checkered magwell. They reblued the entire gun so that it all matches. Just gave it a cleaning. Heavy fondling occurred. I will now spend the rest of my days shooting the heck out of it.
My Les Baer...
My Kimber I had finished in Cerakote "Kracken", it changes color depending on the view angle.