"WTS/WTT" 1911 (tx)

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    "WTS/WTT" 1911 (tx)

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    I am selling a Norinco 1911 I bought about 10 years ago from a local gun show. I have added wood grips and stainless guide rod and grip screws. It is very tight, very clean, no rust, well taken care of, shoots extremely well. Comes with 2 Mags

    I am asking $450 +shipping. I will throw in a new box of .45 ball for $15 more.

    I would be willing to talk trades...I am looking for a conceal pistol/revolver but am willing to consider anything...private message me for those discussions on any offers you may have.




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    BTT, great pistol... great price.
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    Don't sell it. Great 1911 and you WILL regret selling it. JMO
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    My motto for 32years of marriage = it's cheaper to keep her.
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    This is still out there....

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    Will consider best offers. I can deliver to Austin/San Antonio region with ID.

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    Very nice pistol for anyone wanting to build a custom carry piece. I did one myself when these hit the market. The price is a steal actually. I know it won't help, but if I had the money, I'd buy it even if the truck needs new tires soon. Mine was a good shooter right out of the box. And don't forget.....Wilson's Combat WILL build off these frames last I knew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Very nice pistol for anyone wanting to build a custom carry piece. I did one myself when these hit the market. The price is a steal actually. I know it won't help, but if I had the money, I'd buy it even if the truck needs new tires soon. Mine was a good shooter right out of the box. And don't forget.....Wilson's Combat WILL build off these frames last I knew.
    Agreed, on all points.
    I jumped on this pistol on the original post, I had to back out do to a work related injury. I'm amazed this pistol is still for sale, and it kills me every time I view it. To bad 1911forum.com doesn't allow firearms sales, it would be gone in a day on that site.

    I'll also add that Norinco's are damn fine shooters stock. This pistol, if it functions like 99.9% of it's brothers would be a great carry pistol if you can live with the GI controls (I can, and would if possible).
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    PM sent with trade offer...

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    Finally sold....thanks all for the interest....the person winning this sure will be happy.

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    One happy buyer!!!

    I'm new to the scene here and yes...I've been looking for this particular gun. It's going to get one more mod soon. I intend on giving it a 460 Rowland conversion. This particular 1911 is recommended for this conversion...the idea of a 230 grain bullet traveling at 1300fps may be overkill, but it's my desire. Said to be more powerful than a 44 mag. Next will be hard chrome and ivory grips. Thanx Nighthawk for making a dream a reality-I'll take good care of it.

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