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Hey Addicts.

We have a Cabot S100 in .45 available.

This gun has a beautiful matte stainless steel finish, and is wearing some of the Cabot Walnut Fibonacci shoes.

The price is $3,695. As usual, Addicts do not pay shipping or credit card fees.

Thanks guys.

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Hello sir.
Is this a new or used gun? Is the price listed the firm price. Thank you,

Jim D.
 

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Yes sir, when he tells me if it's a firm price or not, I will. I wasn't asking for a price.
 

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Yes sir, when he tells me if it's a firm price or not, I will. I wasn't asking for a price.
This is a new gun. We have it listed here at the manufacturer's minimum advertised price. Thanks!
 

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I wish all of my 1911's, everyone, had that trigger on them. I've always loved that trigger. If I ever buy one of these it will be because of the trigger!
 

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I wish all of my 1911's, everyone, had that trigger on them. I've always loved that trigger. If I ever buy one of these it will be because of the trigger!
That's one reason I bought mine....... Beautiful gun for the gettin!!
GLWS

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So if Cabot and ACW are together and both make 1911s, is there a distinguishable difference between the two?
 

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From my experience, the quality is nearly the same. The build philosophy is different. The ACW is more traditional and the Cabot is a more modern interpretation.
Choice of style really
 

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I am brand new to 1911’s in general and no nothing about this brand but I might have to do some research on this.


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