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Thread: I hope you all wonít mind one showing off my Colt O1918.

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    I hope you all wonít mind one showing off my Colt O1918.

    I shoot it every so often, I bought it in 2009. I plan on handing down to one of my kids one day, so I want them to remember me shooting and enjoying the gun. By the way it is one my favorite shooters, very accurate and never fails.
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    Beautiful pistol!!
    Mark Volk
    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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    They are really cool pistols. I would love to own one, but I have too many hobbies at the moment.

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    Great gun. I’m sure your kids will appreciate.
    "One riot, one Ranger"

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    Great pistol, I have kicked myself in the backside since my lgs sold out when they hit the shelves. Their all hidden away now! Shoot and enjoy!!

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    I love that rollmark. I have been debating buying one and sending it off.

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    That's a beautiful thing. I'm glad to hear that you shoot it. Nothing pains me more than a beauty like that never being fired. I don't even know how some folks are willing to spend money on a gun that they don't shoot.

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    Very nice. I have one of the early 2000's 01911A1 WW2 replica Colts. I shoot it once or twice a year, usually a box or two of factory 230 grain FMJ, and then a couple 100 powder puff handloads. I love shooting it, but I don't want to beat it up too much.

    I am still kicking myself for not getting the 01918 when they were available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Kastl View Post
    That's a beautiful thing. I'm glad to hear that you shoot it. Nothing pains me more than a beauty like that never being fired. I don't even know how some folks are willing to spend money on a gun that they don't shoot.
    I debated for about a week after I bought it. Hereís a few more pictures when it was new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sechott View Post
    I shoot it every so often, I bought it in 2009. I plan on handing down to one of my kids one day, so I want them to remember me shooting and enjoying the gun. By the way it is one my favorite shooters, very accurate and never fails.
    that is a sweet pistol!
    On the seventh day God rested; Marines filled sandbags

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