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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by sweetbeard, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. DizzyJ

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    I also built my wife an AR a few years back and had it cerakoted purple. She loves purple. :D
     
  2. DizzyJ

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    Ooohh..... I like that color!
     
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    Very nice!
     
  4. CountryGent

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    Axis and Allies. (Though both are post-War pistols.)

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  5. DeanMk

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    What's the logo on the 1911's slide?
    Nice assortment, but I get the feeling these guns were not made by either Colt or Walther.
     
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  6. JohnnyD

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    my newest score. colt 1991 ss out of the colt custom shop. from what I can find out it was a lew horton exclusive. added a Wilson trigger and some fresh altamonts

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  7. CountryGent

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    The M1911A1 is a RIA "GI" model and the logo is that of their company. The Walther was made by Walther, but it is the post-War Bundeswehr P1 model, not a wartime P38. The frame is aluminum reinforced with a hex bolt, rather than steel like on the P38.
     
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  8. ron

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    Uncle Jerry's 12 shots from a 625 revolver in under 3 seconds.:eek:
    Jerry's revolver skills are nothing short of unbelievable.:):p:D
     
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  9. ron

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    My go to AR. Mid length 16" Rock River 1/8 heavy stainless barrel. YHM float tube, vortex flash hider
    and YHM flip up front sight. Flip up rear sight with windage and elevation adjustments.
    Leupold 1-4 power green firedot optics. Magpul STR stock and pistol grip.
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  10. DeanMk

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    Jerry Miculek, the Buddy Rich of pistoleros. ;)
     
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  11. loofa

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    Rock Island Ultra 10mm.

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  12. DizzyJ

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    Dude is a machine....
     
  13. Gene Rojas

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    I wanted to build a budget AR that still uses good quality parts and shoots well. This build uses a Radical Firearms barreled upper, an Aero Precision lower, LPK, and buffer kit, a Toolcraft Nitride BCG, a Rise Armament RA-140 trigger, KNS anti rotation pin kit, and Magpul furniture. I built this for around $600.

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