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  1. 1911 Photo Gallery
    Family has deep roots in Arizona (and that land before they called it Arizona). Growing up I'd spend weekends working my dad's tables at gun shows. By that time my favorite pistol was a 1911, which my dad would let me end a range session by helping me grip his Colt and let one or two rounds off...
  2. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    Would love to find a Yost Gunsite up — commander/CCO preferred but gov/OACP too. Missed a few because of bad timing in the past so am putting it out there. Prefer checkered front strap. Cash buyer or happy to do a little addict swapping.
  3. 1911 Gear
    Been reading about Colt's Gunsite pistols. For those of you who have one: just how good is it? Your comments would be appreciated.
  4. General 1911 talk
    Following up on my introduction post about my vintage Yost Gunsite pistol https://www.1911addicts.com/threads/old-school-fighting-pistol-my-yost-built-gunsite-1911.63279/...... I thought I’d show you the Gunsite Gunsmithery catalog from 1993 which I saved; this is from the Ted Yost (of Estate...
  5. General 1911 talk
    Since I’m new to the forum I thought I’d introduce myself by showing one of my old school fighting pistols created in the lineage of Jeff Cooper’s GSP and built by Ted Yost while he was the resident gunsmith at Gunsite in the early 90’s. It’s a very basic gun, nothing like the builds of now, but...
  6. General 1911 talk
    Perhaps I'm late to the party, but has anyone seen the new Les Baer Gunsite Pistol? It's looks like a rebranded Ultimate Tactical Carry (which was a rebranded Thunder Ranch). https://www.lesbaer.com/Gunsite.html I think the official Gunsite pistol used to be a Colt. I find it interesting (but...
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