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  1. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    1. Used Stock Colt Series 80 Officers ACP Recoil Spring Assembly (Guide Rod, Recoil Spring, extra recoil spring and Bushing) Don't know recoil spring weights, they are different lengths. Asking $10 2. Used Colt Series 70 Commander stock thumb safety. Works without issue, factory nickel finish is...
  2. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    For sale is a newly acquired pistol that I need to let go because I have more guns than time or room in the safe. It is a Series 70 Colt Government 45ACP manufactured in 1979 and customized by gunsmith Don Fisher. Don welded up and refit both the slide to frame fit as well as the barrel lugs...
  3. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    Looks like a very well kept Colt Government MKIV Series 70 9mm made in 1978 for $955 shipped. With Harrison sights and a trigger job. Someone should buy this so I don’t get myself in trouble. https://www.ar15.com/forums/Equipment-Exchange/Colt-Series-70-1911-9mm-955-00-shipped/88-2039353/
  4. General 1911 talk
    Thursday I bought a spank brand new Series 70 Govt . After Inspecting it in the store it had project written all over it as the safety could not be properly operated needed 2 men and a boy to engage Got it home completely disassembled and began to fix the 6lb trigger pull to something...
  5. General 1911 talk
    I put in what I thought was a lowball bid on GB for a used but not abused Series 70 Government Model. And forgot about it. About a week later I was the proud new owner. It’s an older one with the collet bushing. It’s got a very nice trigger. I took it to the range and it shoots like a dream...
  6. General 1911 talk
    Fellow addicts, I thought this logo meant Yost Bonitz but someone said it has a military significance and not a connection to Yost Bonitz. Anyone shed some light here? Thanks Haris
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