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Discussion in '1911 Photo Gallery' started by Quack, Aug 17, 2011.
Colt Government Model chambered in 38 Super c. 1966. Certainly no safe queen, but reserved for special occasions. The Fourth of July’s pretty darn special! Hope to get the old gal out to the range!
Good looking Super you have there Ed!
I hope you do enjoy on Independence Day!
Ran both of these today . Not sure what I had more fun with hammering plates at 20 yards with a great series 70 trigger or ripping through trashcan size wood with the classic muscle saw .
God bless the 70s when the freakin government wasn't trying to save us from ourselves with unnecessary trigger parts and Saws with no carb adjustments
I cast my vote for simple balls to the wall stuff that worked !!!!
Great looking working mans Pony!
Wow! I really like what you’ve done there. If JMB was alive today I think that’s what his 1911 would look like.
In honor of Mr. Jim Garthwaite.
What he said
Put a magwell on the little one! haha
The 10mm Commander?
Yes sir, already in the works. As well as a 14K gold bead.
I'm looking at that ThunderRanch...or maybe the Bob Marvel.
What do you think? You obviously have the T.R. so. . .
New to me Wilson ultralight cco!
So here are my three 'home-brew-specials' that I put together. Top right is a .45 that started life as a Kimber 20 years ago. It really isn't a Kimber any more though.
Middle one is a single-stack I just finished building on a Jem 80% frame and slide. Chambered in 10mm. It also has a KKM 40 S&W barrel I will be fitting shortly.
The one on the lower left is a 10mm commander-length 2011 built on a STI frame and slide. It also has another KKM barrel with a 3-chamber comp on it that stretches it out to 6".
They are not pretty pistols, nor do they have a bunch of bells and whistles, but they serve their purpose as working pistols for my needs.
Thanks for looking!
Celebrated our great country with 1911 and 2011 range time. Enjoy the day all.