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Who knows a good one...?

I have heard that you need to shoot then before you decide what you need ( Steve )

but I do need a new Beavertail grip safety

But I think I may need to get to know one before I trust him to my new favorite gun..

All you 1911 fanboys know A good armor?
 
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1911 Armorer..........did someone say 1911 and Armorer in the same post?
I thought my ears were a burnin' !

Some proof of my work.........nothing fancy, just clean, classic lines.

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1911 Armorer..........did someone say 1911 and Armorer in the same post?
I thought my ears were a burnin' !

Some proof of my work.........nothing fancy, just clean, classic lines.

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pats6.jpg



pats7.jpg



pats8.jpg
Nice work .....

I do some of my own I allways put a beaver tail with memoery bump on my 1911's but when its something Im not comfortable doing or havent done or maybe screwed it up trying to do it my self Bruce Jackson at the marksmen indoor range in puyallup is a great gunsmith allways stands behind his work .

http://www.themarksman.net/gunsmith_shop.php
 
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Been shootin' with Bruce for many years.........we belong to the same LEO firearms instructor assoc. here in WA State.

He's a good guy..........
 
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Been shootin' with Bruce for many years.........we belong to the same LEO firearms instructor assoc. here in WA State.

He's a good guy..........
Well you know he is a crack shoot then .... Are you the fela hes allways telling me about going cyote hunting with??
 
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www.jplprecision.com

is who I send my guns to. He can do most anything from mild to wild. He's got a solid reputation in the competitive shooting community from guys that shoot a ton through their guns and are very hard on their equipment. Hard to be a bad smith and have any longevity in this crowd, says a lot.
 

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