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    picture update on the xtac:








    dirty pics:













    Last edited by David Thomas; 06-23-13 at 00:42.
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    clean(er) pics taken today:










    some of the shok buff is still stuck on the frame:




























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    Looks like the parkerized finish is holding up very well. Mine has the Armor Tuff finish and the slide serrations are slick feeling when you rack the slide. I think the parkerized finish is the way to go on an XTac since it is grippier.
    Last edited by Amp Mangum; 06-22-13 at 16:33.
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    Lookin' good, David.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amp Mangum View Post
    Looks like the parkerized finish is holding up very well. Mine has the Armor Tuff finish and the slide serrations are slick feeling when you rack the slide. I think the parkerized finish is the way to go on an XTac since it is grippier.
    i am a big fan of parkerized guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crc View Post
    Lookin' good, David.

    Thanks!
    No problem.

    I would like to see the inside of some other 1911's. Pics of well used 1911's, especially higher end 1911's, are few and far between. I can't remember ever seeing anyone else post pics of the guts of their well used 1911.
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    Other than your pistol, the only high round count ones I've seen were on the 1911 forum.... a Baer TRS, Brown SF and BLR's CQB.

    I recently sold my CQB (didn't like the FCS) and bought an X-Tac. I must say that I really like the "X" pattern and just like my CQB, it's very well built. It currently has night sights, but I'm going to send it back to Wilson for a plain rear with FO front. I haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but hopefully that will change soon.

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    Hey David....how about an update as we approach the first birthday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpnav View Post
    Hey David....how about an update as we approach the first birthday!
    Sorry for the delayed response.
    This gun has actually been in my hands for 2 years now. Nothing has changed since June when I posted the last pics. Even the grips remain the same. This is one solid 1911.
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