All Things 1911

Discussion in 'Shooting & Fireams Training / Skills' started by DYSPHORIC JOY, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. DYSPHORIC JOY

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    shaneadams90 ESEE Knives Marketing Director Staff Member

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    @DYSPHORIC JOY ....NOW I see it... lol...

    I purchased the little gem awhile back from a guy on a local forum...I've tried several times to track it down...even have 2 buddies that work for Roger's Shooting School...still not much info...

    this thing has been shot...A LOT...but it has the shortest reset and best trigger I've ever felt on a 1911...

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    Check with @mikea. He may know the origin story.
     
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    An antique pistol thread.... how quaint :D
     
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    Jeff Randall ESEE Knives / Randall's Adventure & Training Staff Member

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    1911 pistols are sort of like ESEE-3s made out of S35V. Pretty too look at. Just don't drop 'em.
     
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    I grab a 1911 to use right after my Flintlock is empty ! ;) :D
     
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    HK 90 Series thread coming up next
    Just to remind you old timers of your age and to make the mad Austrian feel more accepted: 6E633CD4-4627-42AE-AB5B-ECD0D2DCB48E.jpeg
     
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    I'm surprised you do it in that order
     
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    There is just something magical about a 1911. Maybe it was because it was the plastic gun we all had in the neighborhood or maybe its an old movie thing. Who know but there will always be a 1911 and 1911 parts. Folks say they are picky but ive not had that as an issue. Only problem ive ever had was a staked front sight come loose.
     
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    Jeff Randall ESEE Knives / Randall's Adventure & Training Staff Member

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    The Jeep of the gun world
     
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    .....or the rifle you get when you can't get the rifle you want.... :D ;)

    ..... I literally have everything in that pic....except the holster is an Eagle :D

    ....finally someone addresses the Elephant in the room !!! :D
     
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    Old and ugly, but pretty neat.
     
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    Very. Very. Very. Neat.
     
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    Serial #83xxx built in 1917. I haven’t shot it, but it’s been in family for a long while. Not sure how we got it, likely a post-war trade for mechanic work. Many of our older arms were received by my grandfather when he owned and operated his garage.
     
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    ..... yes this !!!!

    In the 90s a bunch of 1911s arrived here from Vietnam. All had been refurbished and shipped there during the war and gone into storage un-issued till a dealer arrived and bought them all up (they also bought a container of 12ga pump guns (Win, Rem, Stevens and Ithaca). I wish had I bought one of the 1911s but ended up buying one each of the 12ga guns as they were such a novelty !!
     
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    The 1911......I always make sure I have a knife with me when I carry it.....that way when it jams or rattles apart I am at least still a little armed...

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    Oh man. I didn’t know they were THAT bad!

    it’s more serious than I thought
     
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    This thread reminds me of a question I’ve always wondered. How do all Busse’s remain so pristine after so much usage? Every picture of a Busse knife shows that they always look brand new no matter how much you use them....
     
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    ......quality product !!!!!
     
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