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  1. guns for me

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    THIS
     
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    Are the military parts parkerized?
     
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    WOW! - Just seen this 1911, it is absolutely beautiful, I would rate the condition as 95%+, the only thing missing is the box - WOW
    This best example of an original post war commercial colt 1911 I’ve ever seen in person and I've seen a lot, even the barrel looks new
    A must have if you’re a "Real 1911 collector" – anyone who ends up with this will be very pleased!
    Wow - just can't say enough!
     
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    Thank you..
     
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    .......She is a looker!!
     
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    Just my observation. I noticed that the trigger is different than all the other 1947 pistols that I found on the net. They are shorter and closer to the back of the frame.
     
  7. Jammer Six

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    The M1911 had a long trigger. The M1911A1 has a short trigger.
     
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