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Discussion in '1911 Photo Gallery' started by rk1911, Feb 12, 2020.
This is the only two tone that I own.
Dang, I forgot about this thread for a while, and I just got finished "modernizing" a two tone that I recently received.
A few "before & after" photos . . . . . .
Old school ...
Wilson Combat CQB Reverse 2-tone
@jdoc7 So Fine!!!!
Thank you sir! In general, 2-tones don’t float my boat but when I saw this one, I just had to have it. I’m diggin’ the look
Here is a Ed Brown custom build CCO.
Every once in a while, one just grabs your attention. Not a Kimber guy AT ALL but I stumbled on this a fews years back and could not let it out of my sight.
Especially when you tweak the small parts and dress them up.
I spy... a BEC Delta in Sacto...gorgeous. Very nicely done sir. How much do you need a new motorcycle? I might be your Huckleberry.
Recent new purchase, ACW Brimstone and my older (1993) SA Defender comp.
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10mm. Still needs a good hot blue or melanite on the slide, but it's a two-tone.
Brought my “Tussy Commander” to the range just to blow out the carbon.
Old school full house custom Commander of unknown builder.
I'm not usually a fan of desert tan on a pistol, but this one is VERRRRYYYY COOL!!!!
That is one beautiful pistol. Did you order it like that jdoc7? If not, it's one heck of a find and if we live in different states, I'll likely copy it if I get an inheritance
The Kimber Eclipse!!!. The Pro model was my very first 1911. It is one of the most beautiful guns ever produced IMO. I put some heavily burled Buckeye Burls on mine, had Harrison do a reliability package and trigger job. Like a dumbass, I bought into the Kimber hater club and sold it. Still kicking myself over that !!! The gun was incredibly accurate.
Nice work on the two tones to all ! I had fallen out of love with them for a while, but am feeling the NEEEEED!