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    The 1911 Handgun Picture Thread

    No handgun board is complete without a 1911 handgun picture thread.

    Please post some pictures of your favorites.
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    My Springfield Armory Professional.

    Extras:
    Flush cut muzzle
    Extended mag catch
    Larry Davidson "Warthog" grips




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    Vickers Retro 1911 on Caspian frame and slide.

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    Sweet, I love showing off my 1911s! Both Kimbers obviously, the 5" went off to tripp research for hard chrome a couple years back since the original finish was worthless and I'm not a big fan of rust. The UCII is my carry gun currently, until my G26 is ready to go.

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    Someday I'd like to send this one off to Hilton.

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    This is my Smith and Wesson 1911.

    In Massachusetts handguns have to be approved by the attorney general for sale so I could not buy a Kimber or Springfield.

    Smith and Wesson offered the first MA legal 1911 and I pre-ordered one right away. Unfortunately I did not wait for a model with a light rail.

    So anyways, here it is SW1911 with factory Novak sights and (2) Wilson Combat eight round magazine.



    I added a Hogue full wraparound grip and (2) ten round McCormick magazines.
    I like the Hogue wraparound grips, they allow me to handle the recoil extremely well.

    In the future I will add a new mainspring housing with an recessed lanyard loop;and maybe a Safariland 9004
    Jules Winnfield: "If my answers frighten you then you should cease asking scary questions. ".

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    One of my Wilsons and a Les Baer


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    My Kimber Custom Stainless.

    Almost stock... Just a different grip and mags. Over 2000 rounds easily and runs like a raped ape!

    "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." - Carl Sagan

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    My WC CQB with some custom options.


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    My Kimber Warrior.


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    I have been seeing a lot of WC mags. Anyone have any problems with them?? I have had one 10rd mag go down on me, but that is it.



    C4

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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant
    I have been seeing a lot of WC mags. Anyone have any problems with them?? I have had one 10rd mag go down on me, but that is it.



    C4
    It probably just needs a new mag spring. I'm told WC ten round mags are notorious for wearing out springs, especially if you leave them loaded for long periods of time.
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    Haven't had any problems with my 8 rounder's.

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    I have been using (2) Wilson Combat eight round magazines with 500 rounds each and have not had any magazine related problems.
    Jules Winnfield: "If my answers frighten you then you should cease asking scary questions. ".

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    I've used only Wilson 8 rounders. Very little problem with them. They function great. Like most others, the only problem that I have is when the spring is weak, it won't lock the gun open on the last round.

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    NightHawk Talon


    Series I Kimber Comp




    NightHawk Talon & Target
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    Pre-Series II Mimbers



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    I'll chip in.

    Here is my primary carry piece. All the work was done by Ned Christiansen, it is almost perfect (for me).





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