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Thread: Colt Double Eagle review discussion thread

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    Colt Double Eagle review discussion thread

    Please use this thread to discuss our Colt Double Eagle review, we just published in our E-zine

    Thanks!
    John Caradimas SV1CEC
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    After years and years of gun shows, I have seen this pistol appear only once. The thought crossed my mind BUT then I remembered how broke I was.....which is usually the case.
    Beauty is skin deep but ugly goes right to the bone.
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    Bought an Officers model in 45 several years ago for about $400. It was an ex-police pistol. With Double Eagles the Officers models had the full length grip. Mine is also a MkII so Colt had fixed the problem with the springs coming out if you took off the grips. Interesting pistol.



    For most of the models and when made look at Walt's list of model number.

    http://1911timewarp.com/ModelNumbers.htm

    I saw a 5 inch in 45 about 6 months ago in a gun store for about $800 in very nice shape with the box etc. I do keep my eyes open for ones in 10mm or 38 Super. A problem with these if you want to shoot them are spare parts. Some are the same as a 1911 and others are very hard to find these days.
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    Officer Model is a revolver...

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    For those that have OCD mine is a Double Eagle Officers ACP.
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