Colt came home tonight

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    Colt came home tonight

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    Looks good, what may be seen of it so far.
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    Once you go "Colt" 1911, that GLOCK (God luv 'em) is NEVER, EVER going to feel the same. Well done!
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    Very nice, Sap!
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    Thats a very very nice gun.

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    I still love my glock but man its looking a little ugly next to the 1911. Hopefully I can make it to the range tomorrow I have 200rnds ready to roll. I am super Impressed with XSE so far, the trigger pull is about 5 lbs but very crisp and clean obviously. 2 mags came with it and I think they have the same follower as the kim pro tac mag's. Everything is super tight fit wise, the trigger has a little wiggle but I am just fine with that..

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    You should sendyour colt to me so I can put it in my studio and make gun porn !!!!!
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    Congratulations on the new 1911! Have fun putting it through its paces
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    Do I have to call Colt to find out when my pistol was made ? , I don't see anything in the box..

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    Congrats on a great looking pistol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sap03 View Post
    Do I have to call Colt to find out when my pistol was made ? , I don't see anything in the box..
    That would be the most accurate way to do it. 1-800-962-2658.
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    Some attractive photos of a great pistol! Looks to be very nicely finished.

    The close-up study of the "Rampant Colt" on the slide is very good.
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    Nice Colt!
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