Finger Off Trigger-Eject Mag-Pop Top-ENJOY!

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    Post Finger Off Trigger-Eject Mag-Pop Top-ENJOY!

    Let's review that in greater detail...Shall We?
    BTW: ~ You MUST have a Lanyard Loop Mainspring Housing Installed On Your Vintage Colt 1911 .45acp Semi~Auto Pistol.

    (1) Finger Out Of Trigger Guard & Off The Trigger.

    (2) Partially Eject The Magazine.

    (3) Pop Off Beer Bottle Bottle~Cap....like so. (See Photo)

    (4) Enjoy Ice Cold Beer.

    (5) Carefully Wipe Beer Foam & Froth Off Of Incredibly EXPENSIVE Vintage Colt 1911 Pistol.



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    See JMB did make a serious multi purpose defensive tool only thing ya need

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    Interesting. Not something I'd have thought of. I'll keep it in the back of my mind of things not to do with my 1911.

    Where did you find that? Looks like it's from some old textbook type manual.
    eschew obfuscation

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    Now you know why I perfer looped MSHings.

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    Thumbs up The Photo

    The photo was in Hallock's .45 Auto Handbook.

    It's a very small & poor quality photograph.

    That was the BEST that I could scan it for the forum.

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    Looks good to me, QK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    The photo was in Hallock's .45 Auto Handbook.

    It's a very small & poor quality photograph.

    That was the BEST that I could scan it for the forum.
    Came out clear to me. Did a good job on it.
    eschew obfuscation

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    JMB wasn't a drinker. Sorry guys, it's true.
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    GIs can be very inventive when it comes to getting their beer.
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    Poor gun.
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    I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that Bruce has a 1911 solely for this purpose!
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    There really are 101 uses for a 1911.
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    Another reason the 1911 will NEVER be outdated.

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    Question

    The Big Question IS: Will the venerable old Colt 1911 be replaced by the "Twist Off Bottle~Cap & The Pop Open Can" ???

    Not in my book...The Colt .45 Auto will always be my #1 Numero Uno Church Key.

    I wonder how many of our younger members do not know what a Church Key is?

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