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  1. Competition 1911's
    This popped up locally and it was sort of an impulse buy for me, ive never owned a 1911. I was intrigued by the whole wad cutter thing and now im hooked. Its a 1970 in .38 wad cutter converted by who I would assume is Clark Sr. to a 6" slide for Bullseye competition. It started life as a 5" .38...
  2. Collector's Corner
    What you guys think. No build sheet but original case. It's a Springfield build. Minor surface rust on front strap and rear sight. I think it would be easily removed. A slight idiot scratch as well. Sorry best pic I could get they were swamped at the time. Only history guy told me...
  3. 1911 Gunsmithing
    Hello All, I recently sold this Clark/Colt Longslide. I removed the slide and saw two markings that I have never seen on my Clark Pistols. 1. It was Marked "Marvel" on the inside of the slide.The work was done in 1977 2. Look at the rear of the barrel and see how its relieved in the middle. The...
  4. General 1911 talk
    Here is an interesting one for someone, I am sure. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/780645593
  5. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    On the lookout for a Clark Sr built hardball gun to add to the collection.
  6. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    Clark Pin Master withdrawn. My dad wants it.
  7. Competition 1911's
    Just bought a SS serial number .45 with an extended barrel. (Clark). it's two toned . Curious of value? Barrel stamped Clark 45acp, three hole trigger, beaver tail, left side safety only, fixed front sight, rear bo-mar sight. Signature model grips, left side trigger guard stamped 7, right side...
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