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    Cool!

    Feel free to contribute more than one post per year- we won't mind!
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    Very nice Commander! Enjoy shooting and carrying it.
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    Very nice. I have never shot a 1911 in 9mm. I don't know anyone that owns one. Might not get to shoot one unless I buy one. Trying to slow down.
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    She’s a beauty......Congrats!
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    From a fellow 1911 enthusiast-I am very jealous-Wilson Combat-premium quality.
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    I like it!!
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    That is a beauty, now all you need is a good holster for it.
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    Almost a 4K carry gun..... I dunno...….nice gun though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    That is a beauty, now all you need is a good holster for it.
    This is my favorite EDC holster. I have been using these Galco's for a couple of decades. I have one for a full size and commander 1911. I don't use the exotic hide however, they do look cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woolecox View Post
    This is my favorite EDC holster. I have been using these Galco's for a couple of decades. I have one for a full size and commander 1911. I don't use the exotic hide however, they do look cool.

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    I was thinking that gun needs something special from a custom maker. Wilson in a Galco is like standard passenger car tires on your Porsche.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    I was thinking that gun needs something special from a custom maker. Wilson in a Galco is like standard passenger car tires on your Porsche.
    Ha ha, yeah maybe. I just have not found one that I like better for concealed carry. I have used them many times on concealed carry night at IDPA matches. Very easy to draw from concealment. The high dollar holsters I have tried usually have needless extra layers and stitching that make them bulkier and/or the exotic hide is stiff, thick and less conforming.

    Any suggestions?

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    Mr. Nelson is who I go to for leather, OWB or IWB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    Mr. Nelson is who I go to for leather, OWB or IWB.
    +1 for @NelsonHolsters
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    Nice, love the Hi Power cuts on the muzzle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woolecox View Post
    Ha ha, yeah maybe. I just have not found one that I like better for concealed carry. I have used them many times on concealed carry night at IDPA matches. Very easy to draw from concealment. The high dollar holsters I have tried usually have needless extra layers and stitching that make them bulkier and/or the exotic hide is stiff, thick and less conforming.

    Any suggestions?
    Sarks SSII for immediate use,

    James Nelson for classy, special functions.
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