Discussion in 'Shooting & Fireams Training / Skills' started by DYSPHORIC JOY, Feb 17, 2020.
@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...
Check with @mikea. He may know the origin story.
An antique pistol thread.... how quaint
1911 pistols are sort of like ESEE-3s made out of S35V. Pretty too look at. Just don't drop 'em.
I grab a 1911 to use right after my Flintlock is empty !
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:
I'm surprised you do it in that order
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.
The Jeep of the gun world
.....or the rifle you get when you can't get the rifle you want....
..... I literally have everything in that pic....except the holster is an Eagle
....finally someone addresses the Elephant in the room !!!
Old and ugly, but pretty neat.
Very. Very. Very. Neat.
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.
..... 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 !!
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...
Oh man. I didn’t know they were THAT bad!
it’s more serious than I thought
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....
......quality product !!!!!