Well done! Got it in one Missouri. Unless I emigrate or our UK politicians suddenly get some sense of perspective then this airsoft copy is the closest I'll get to owning and shooting a real semi-auto.Originally Posted by MissouriMule
This one is made by Western Arms and is allegedly so like the real thing that Bill Wilson has given it his seal of approval and has it featured on his web site.
It's pretty, and it functions and strips just like the real thing... but silly little 6mm plastic balls don't quite cut it, do they?
Thanks buddy, I appreciate your gracious comments.
You guys have some awesome pistols! here is my little project
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I really like the changes you've made.
Man you guys really have some nice toys! And the photography skills make me almost ashamed to show my amateurish Rock photo. But, it's my first 1911 and I'm proud anyway, so here goes:
RIA M1911 A-1...
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I looked at all the pics and I didn't see one like this, so here it goes.
The particularly observant may notice that this is the same picture I have in the newbie section. I posted it again here just because I have a feeling this thread will live a little longer.
Nice gun, how is your nite vision after you shoot your Nite-Tac at nite?
Say that fast 3 times.
With the comp on it, I don't want to know.Originally Posted by 2400
Woohoo, I'm not the only Para owner on here.
Well now I have 2 1911's just picked this one up the other day.
this one's not mine... but is a pic I did for a friend
I thought I share my humble collection of shooter with you guys. This first one is an all original, like new, 9mm LW Commander from late '68.
Next is a Super .38 LW Commander from '50. The finish isn't much but it's really tight. Grips of course are S70 Walnut.
"Old Dependable" is a '54 Gov't that's been carried a lot more than shot. What a shame. It wears custom stabilized "Curly" Maple slabs by my FLG.
Last but not least is a Super .38 from '47. I love this pistol. It is completely original though not perfect.
My photo skills are non-existant but I hope you can tell what they are.
Sorry for the double post. I had it, then lost it and when I re-entered it there they both were. What, no emoticon for egg on the face? Thanks.
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When my wife saw me viewing this thread I told her I was enjoying the gun porn and she about fell off her rocker.
You better post a pic of that 1915 USGI when you get her!
I haven't shot this baby yet as I'm waiting for my new rig.