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Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by RedBird94, Oct 8, 2014.
[/ATTACH]my little GSG 1911 .22 lr. from drab to shiny for about $25
That is very cool! I need to get a .22lr pistol. almost bought the Chiappa barretta copy over the weekend. Also saw a Barretta 1952 mod 948 .22lr pistol that was very sweet. guy wanted 250.00. I should've bought it.
Ewwww.... You left all that crappy printing on the slide.
Here's my GSG. Pachmayr Grips, Springfield Armory Non-ambi Thumb Safety, Hex Head Grip Screws/Bushings, Smooth Arched MSH, Ed Brown Grip Safety, removed mag safety, CWA Performance Enhancement System, CWA Guide Rod, CWA Recoil Spring, and complete refinish in park grey & semi gloss black.
Mine looks like yours used to?
I'll keep it that way!
I don't know. Does it?
How adventurous of you.
needs to go on my buffing wheel to get the final scratches out. But the gun is dead nuts accurate. It is exactly the same gun as a Sig Sauer 1911 .22. GSG makes it for them. Paid $225 for the gun , slightly used, + $12 for the grips. I kinda like the lettering on the slide. But everyone has different tastes. Just shows that you can make a decent looking pistol for not a lot of money
It was a decent looking gun before you messed with it.
Now it's either cool, or flashy, depending on your tastes.
or both cool and flashy
Keep in mind it's basically a soft metal. Highly polished might look nice but will scratch very easy. I would either use a mild abrasive ScotchBrite pad and give it a brushed aluminum look or jewel it.