"SOLD!" I say don't make me keep her because I used to be really into 1911's and I'd rather not get back into the addiction. This is a nice one too. I just took it in on trade from a guy that didn't shoot it a whole lot maybe 500 rnds. The gun has a bit of holster wear on it but as the photos show the usual wear areas are very minimal and the guy had it sent off for a couple grand worth of custom work. Here's a breakdown of what was done to it. -dehorn -rounded butt of pistol. Soooo much nicer to shoot without that butt digging into your hand or your gut when carrying it. Polished & throated. -had EGW mill the slide for Heinie sights. Has Heinie sight cuts, but the rear is a Yost Professional, no tritium. Front is a Heinie with tritium. -Yost Professional bar stock trigger group, consisting of hammer disconnector and sear. -EGW firing pin stop, slightly beveled -STI thumb safety, just like on the Dan Wesson's. The guy had a CBOB and liked this safety so much he put on on this Colt. Went through a Wilson and an Ed brown before settling on this one. Not too wide but not too narrow. Just right!! -beveled magwell -Norrells Moly Resin Flat Black finish. Has held up very well for the amount of carrying it's seen. Slight holster wear at muzzle. . Norrells says you can spray wear spots to touch it up, so no need to do entire pistol again. But I personally wouldnt even worry about the minor wear. -Wilson barrel bushing. -Don't know the maker of the stocks, but they are nice looking. Grippy, but not so much it hurts. - Wilson beavertail -Wolff sear spring -Ed brown 30lpi mainspring housing -Ed brown extended mag release Cash price is $800.00 FTF in Oregon I would consider trades for up to 1/2 value + 1/2 cash "Just PM and ask"