Went to the gun shop and fell in love...

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    Stop smoking...stop drinking....stop feeding the kids...do whatever it takes to raise the money....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    Stop smoking...stop drinking....stop feeding the kids...do whatever it takes to raise the money....
    There ya go!!!
    Forget the mortgage.....walk to work....eat from dumpsters!!!
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    The Ed Brown is a Rolls-Royce.....and a Bentley...rolled into one!!

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    *drool*
    nice gun for sure.
    I drooled over a night hawk in my gun store every time i was in there, but then somebody bought it. lucky them.
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    The custom 1911s DO feel different. They are so nice. I tend to think I would only go to a Custom if I went to a 1911. Very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mynameisFred View Post
    The thing about 1911's is they all feel so good in your hand.

    So every one you pick up, you gotta have.
    Respectfully disagree. Held an RIA once and was afraid if I looked at it wrong something might fall off of it. Have owned two Kimbers that never quite felt "right".

    On the other hand, picked up a Springfield Loaded chambered in .40S&W that my dealer had in stock and bought it ... that one just felt right.

    Another time, same dealer got a nice 5" Wilson in ... held it for all of 3 seconds, yelled out, "I'll take it.". Then I looked at the price tag and yelled out, "Cancel that last request unless you've priced this thing in pesos."

    I was 21 or 22 then and had little in the way of funds after my nasty 800-round per week range habit. My next handgun will be a Wilson though.
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    Holy Smoke! Such a beauty.
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    I'd have too agree, the Brown 1911's are works of beauty; but for fit
    and function, I chose the 5" Les Baer Thunder Ranch Special. Its as
    tight as "Dick's Hat Band"~!

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    I want one in the worst kind of way, buy it don't let it get away.
    I would like to have the Special Forces or Kobra, Just don't have the funds right now.

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    That's a looker, alright.
    Trust in God and keep your powder dry

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    That thing looks beautiful
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    Man, I just drooled all over my keyboard.....!
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    Beautiful pistola.
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