SW 1911PD Gunsite, Bobtailed

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      Junior Member Redelf88's Avatar
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      SW 1911PD Gunsite, Bobtailed

      I picked up this SW 1911 PD Gunsite edition about a week and a half ago, decided to bobtail it myself. Wasn't easy... still haven't gotten the finish right, but I say not bad for my first time doing serious work on a gun...

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      Wink nice

      Looks like you did a fine job.. may be a gunsmith in the making..
      How do you like the Gunsite? I saw one the other day and thought it was neat.. supposed to shoot pretty good and is light weight right?

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      Nice job! Great looking pistol!

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      Not bad for home gun smithing. The angle seems a little sharp on the bottom. This could cause a problem pulling from a pocket but it shouldn't be a problem pulling it from a holster. It does match the grip lines quite nicely though!

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