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    Ed Brown Special Forces; Gen III

    Here is my carry pistola. Commander plain slide. Wonderful balance and accuracy.

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    Nice, I didn't know that Ed Brown was making a SF Commander.



    Now I want one...

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    Nice looking 1911. Whats with that floorplate on the magazine?

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    How much did that set ya back?

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    Congrats!
    My next 1911 is likely to be one like that.
    Did you get it from Allan Yoast?
    He's a great guy.

    Please be sure to give us a range report!



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    Keith Brown at KWB Sales

    was the culprit that sold me the Brown. He ordered 4 non-catalog SF guns and I nabbed one from him. Have to look up the price as I am trying to forget.......

    www.kwbsales.com

    Tom

    PS: that is a "brown" magazine and his floorplate.

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    That gun would make me very, very, happy indeed. I have no Commander, I need a Commander length...darn all these food, clothing, and shelter expenses.
    What Would Gumby Do?

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    Someday...I will get one of these also....just a damn sexy gun and the one I think is the nicest .45 out there



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    Nice....
    For carry, I'd personally remove the bump pad....
    Very nice piece, care to post a range report? Thanks for posting....
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    Very nice

    While the bump pad is a little thick add a mag well and carry it (well that one is a little thick but i have carried that style) I do its all in the cant of the holster and your method of dress to hide it

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    Very nice on the coolness meter. Specifically, what sights are driving that thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Very nice on the coolness meter. Specifically, what sights are driving that thing?
    Novaks.



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    Novak with Trijicon three dot night sights.
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    My Full Sized Brown


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