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Thread: Taurus 1911s Pictures Thread - Each post should contain at least one picture

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    Taurus 1911s Pictures Thread - Each post should contain at least one picture

    Here it is. The inevitable "Pictures of your Gun" post. But what can I say... I like gun porn...

    Here's mine:






    Brad
    "An Apache can do 212 knots!?! How do you keep your skirts from flying up?" AIR CAV!

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    Here's mine, with and without Exotic Cocobolo wooden grips. It refuses to shoot Hallow Point ammo, but I really don't care a fmj will hurt someone too I'm sure.





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    - ed -
    ... MAINE ...
    The Way Life Should Be ....
    NRA/CCW

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    My PT1911 with target shot at 25yrds weaver stance...

    "Remember the first rule of gunfighting...'Have a gun.'" Jeff Cooper, 1991

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    Here's mine. I had the billboard ground off and reblued. Swapped out the hammer, strut and sear for a wilson. When you replace the hammer might as well go with the sear, but the strut would not pop free so I swapped that out while I was in there. I also pulled out all the series 80 ****. Swapped out hte FLGR for a regular one. All this after 4k rounds. It is now creeping very slowly to 5k. I have yet to experiece a failure with this gun. I am pretty amazed.

    http://i16.tinypic.com/42tkq9t.jpg
    Like so many who undertake arduous journeys, I left a city of wise men and came back to a polis of fools. Ignorance, like time, brooks no returns.

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    My new PT1911 with polished Trigger/Hammer






    Frank

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    PT1911 with XS Big Dot Tritium


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    Here is mine, just a set of aftermarket grips added.



    I like it really well though. John
    Friends don't let friends shoot 9's.

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    With a little custom work I've done to mine.

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    Pictures of my PT1911

    I had to wait 3 months for this...Awesome gun.








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