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    Detonics 1911 with Seecamp Conversion


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    Close Up of Trigger Mechanism


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    OK i am now officaly GREEN .. Come on guy put out , where did you find that , and more imporntantly is if for sale ?

    Edited to add : turn it over , and pull the sideplate so members who are too young to know about seecamp can see how eligent the engenering is on this conversion is
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    I wont edit the above post for this observation , but it appears to be a complete gen 3 frame and fire control unit on this one , most secamps i have seen are mix / match units .
    Untill i see the other side of the slide ( extractor relief cut ) ill call this one an extremely rare gen 3 seecamp . and continue to wonder how many horses , cows , and virgin daughters it is worth lol .
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    I'll get it out of the gunsafe later this afternoon and take a picture of the other side. Thanks.

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    Very Rare Bird you have there TEbozo.
    I've never even heard of a SCamp conversion being done on a chopped Detonics frame.
    That's for sure an animal I've never seen before.
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    Cool TEBozo, University Park, Texas

    That is my old hometown!


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    Very cool! Very cool indeed!

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    Another Seecamp Conversion - ODI Viking

    In 1980 and 1981 a small company in New Jersey named Omega Defense Industries produced a number of stainless steel 1911s with the Seecamp conversion installed in the factory. The guns were made in both 4.25 and 5 inch barrel length, and were double action/single action. I have one of the 4.25 inch models, called the "ODI Viking".

    I have modified the gun a bit with Ed Brown sights, a Wilson dropin beavertail and new grip panels. I also had the flats polished to a bright finish and the remainder dark parkerized. The DA trigger pull is quite heavy - perhaps 14 pounds - and the SA trigger pull is about 5 pounds with a little creep in it. But the gun can be fired either double or single action.


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    My trigger pull is so light , it is toy like. It is a very nice gun; a little heavy and only one FTF with a used "detonics" magazine I bought at a gun show.
    Tom

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    Here You Go; Up Close and Personal


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    Close Up of Trigger Mechanism

    Anyone date this baby for me? Thanks
    Tom


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