The Gospel of John Browning

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  1. clearconscience

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    Sorry guys, I'm a glock whoore.
     
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    Well, someone has to do it!:eek:
     
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    There's just too many good things about them. Makes it easy to love them. Like an ugly chick with a smoking hot body.
     
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    If I also like P-35 Hi-Powers am I still within the fold of the Church of Browning? Too Schismatic?
     
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  5. Medic!

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    You just called my 1911 a butter face? o_O
     
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    Proving "THE BIG GUY" was a minimalist. And I watched this video on Sunday.
     
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  8. clearconscience

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    Actually I meant my glock. Yeah there's not much to show off to your friends, but it's cheap, accurate, goes bang everytime, parts are cheap, i can use the same mags for multiple pistols, ie, 26, 17, and 34, etc.

    Too many positives. But it's ugly, and I'm okay with that.
    I'm ugly, so it suites me
     
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    Now you know why I named my Saiga "Sarah Jessica". :D
     
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    We all step off the path from time to time my Brother. I confess that I have rubber grips on mine, and like them better than the stock ones. A tainted soul perhaps, but comfortable hands.
     
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    Maybe I can name my AR Hillary. It doesn't know when to quit, it is the most popular in America but may still fall victim to the elected, and if I lose it, I might shed some tears. Unlike the namesake however, if I store it with an unlicensed server, we both might get prosecuted. :)
     
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    My preferred 1911 is stainless, too. Guess I never knew I sinned. :(
     
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    Forgive me, for I have sinned! I have profaned the glory of J.M.B. I have installed night sights, and extended slide stops, I have sinfully adopted the might double stack, and have the modular frame and grip! I have cast down the Lords own .45ACP in favor of another! I am surely bound for That Hot Place with a sure seat next to Ol'Scratch his self!!!
     
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    I hear the gulping of Kook Aid....

    I think you mean, an ugly chick who loves to shagg - a lot.

    The evil, dark soul named Gaston profoundly understood Brother Moses and knew that lustful men want function more than form. Thus he created a plastic version which would slay many of Brother Moses' followers in battle, with their modified 1911's, because theirs jammed and Heretic Gaston's did not.

    @clearconscience, what about this? Rock Island Armory GI 1911
     
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    A 1911 jamming? Blaspheme.

    On a serious note, while not fancy, that RIA 1911 will run like a top.
     
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    1911's don't jamb!!! God's own hand assures this!
     
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    ME TOO!!!!!:cool:
     
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    What I often find myself wondering is what if. What if He (JMB) was alive today. Considering what he was able to come up with using the tech of that day. Just think what the man could do with the tech of today. :eek:
     
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    I LOVE the look of many of the nice grips for the 1911. Have even had some. I always went back to Frank P's. :eek: MANY think the "rubber grips" are the worst thing to ever be invented. To me they are the best ones I have ever tried. Also went to night sights on two of mine. Then a few years ago put a laser on one as the eye's got older. That picture of one of my Daughters shooting in the one thread she is using it. I started her out with it turned off. Then turned it back on for her to try. She fell in love with the laser too.:cool:
     
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