SIG C3 with CT grips followed me home.

SIG C3 with CT grips followed me home.

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    SIG C3 with CT grips followed me home.

    My bride of 44 years liked how it felt, the fact that she could rack the slide, and the safety that worked like her P238. She said, if you like it too, lets get it. So we did.

    Can hardly wait for the snow to go away so I can go shoot it and recover the brass.





    Now I need to find a holster for it. I currently use a CrossBreed SuperTuck for my Glocks. This is my first 1911, what's a good holster to use for carrying it?

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    Beautiful! (But I like the rosewood grips better'n the CT's!)
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    Re: SIG C3 with CT grips followed me home.

    1911s look best in leather:) Milt Sparks is one, many others also


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilowatt3 View Post
    Beautiful! (But I like the rosewood grips better'n the CT's!)
    I do too, but it was the only one in the store, my wife liked it and was in a buying mood. That's when, if I can't say, "yes," fast enough, I just nod my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitch View Post
    I do too, but it was the only one in the store, my wife liked it and was in a buying mood. That's when, if I can't say, "yes," fast enough, I just nod my head.

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    I use a Galco King-Tuk for my C3. I conceals it well and is fairly comfortable, but as always YMMV.
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    Thats a very nice looking gun.

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    I have the C3 & CT grips as well. I started out with a Comp-Tac IWB and switched to a all leather IWB made by MTR custom leather in Colridge, NC. It is my primary carry in the summer under a light colored T-shirt. I agree taht the rosewood grips are prettier, but that laser allows for a quicker on-target response

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    Very pretty! Pure Kustom Leather!
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    SIG C3 with CT grips followed me home.

    Don't you love it when that happens? Nice pistol!

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