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I’m only going to post this here. I’m not going to sell anything individually. I’d like to trade the entire package for 1 nice 1911. This will be a gift to myself to commemorate my upcoming retirement after almost 23 years of US Army service. With that said, I’m the original owner of each Smith and Wesson. All holsters are 1.5” belt loops.

First is the full size M&P 1.0 in 45acp. I have the original back straps and also each size 2.0 back straps. Sights are 3 dot white dot. I also have the 2.0 back straps for it. I did stipple it, and it’s seen 260rds of factory loads. Comes with 3 10rd mags, 7 14rd mags, a TT Gunleather snap on OWB holster and CompTac OWB belt holster.

2nd is a M&P 2.0 9c, with 4” barrel. Round count is 750rds. Sights are 3 dot white dots. I did carry it periodically in winter last year. Comes with 4 15rd mags, 3 17rd mags with sleeves. TT Gunleather Snap On OWB holster, and Tucker&Byrd IWB holster.

3rd is a S&W Performance Center Shield in 45acp. Round count is 820rds of factory loads, and functions with every type of JHP that I have tried. Comes with 5 7rd mags, 5 8rd mags. Sights are fiber optic. Gun was carried for over a year, but has almost no holster wear from the Tucker&Byrd IWB holster. Also has a TT Gunleather snap on OWB holster. Both of these show carry wear, since I used these daily.

What I’m looking for? Either a 9mm or 45acp Springfield Professional, Les Baer Custom Carry, or similar 1911. CCO, Commander, or Full Size. I prefer front strap checkering.

I understand this a long shot, but I thank those who look anyways. If you’d like additional photos, please ask. Thanks, Eric
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Congrats on your retirement! What a great way to celebrate the occasion by acquiring a nice 1911. Good luck with your search and thank you for your service!
 

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Congrats from a retired Marine, thank you for your service.
 
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