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Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by 556, Sep 27, 2015.
Rock Island Armory 1911
??? Info maybe? Is it yours? Random net pic?
It is on the web, in at least 3 sizes.
But I like it! I think it is a custom, or a limited Edition.
That's the kind of info at the least that needs to be included. Otherwise, its like posting a picture of asparagus. Just makes you wonder why.
Nice gaudy looking gun though....
Looks like 'Pancho's' gun.
GI Standard FS Nickel - 38 Super
Model #51814 :: MSRP: $765.00
Chambered in 38 Super and outfitted with smooth wood grips and a high-polish nickel finish, this is the GI Standard FS. Faithful to the original 1911 design, the Standard GI is equipped with a 5 inch barrel, fixed sights, and a 9 round magazine. Perfect for the first time shooter or collector.
California Compliant Pistol Available (51814-CA)
Blah. A 1911 should only be .45acp.
Everything else is just blasphemous.
that's like saying Glock should be only in 9mm and remington 700 in 30-06.
if the platform work i don't care if it chambered in .22-short or .50bmg, the more calibers options the better, not everyone like the .45acp but they do like the platform so a 1911-platform in a 9mm work best for them.
Talon's right though.
God forbid they ever make one in .22
and yes they do make 1911 in 22lr
SWAGZ was being facetious. You have to be careful about stepping on his joke mines.
Correction, every Glock should be made into landfill. I stand mt ground, molesting a piece of history and turning into things it was never intended to be is blasphemy. Its like a .556 AK its just flat out wrong. Just because you CAN make something, doesn't mean you SHOULD.
Awe, come on, Talon. We all know you want a Joshua Mk V so that you can load AR magazines into an AK.
My exact thoughts! The one that I am buying is a 45 ACP.
The 1911 is a great format for many calibers. I own 22lr, 22 tcm, 9mm, 38 super, 357sig and 45 acp. All full size 5"
I think it looks cool.
45 ACP or something a bit more "stout"
Like 460 Rowland? Howzat, Talon?
The Russians made a bottleneck .22 cartridge which was supposedly a KGB favorite.
I'll have to look it up.
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