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Thread: I love this Metro Arms

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    I love this Metro Arms

    Recently picked up a Metro Arms American Classic Shot great right out of the box Was butt ugly but we changed all that. Tuned it up to a full race (less Comp) Love this gun! Shoots better than any of my colts and kimbers. shoots 2" at 45 feet

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    Welcome to the greatest 1911 forum!! Why did you say it was butt ugly?

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    Mainly because of the grips and the nasty Bluing

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    Don't know how to post pics yet when I figure it out I'll show you a before and after but the gun is definitely a shooter

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    I agree with the grips. My Metro Arms American Classic is a commander model. Bought it when Metro Arms showed up at a LGS. Its bluing is fine as far as I'm concerned. I hate the hammer which has the "MA" in it so I changed it to a Wilson Combat. I changed the grips to a VZ. I also got rid of the extended slide stop. Enjoy your American Classic.

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    My Government Model needed some upgrades too, so I put on some custom grips and painted a dot the front sight. Now it's awesomer.
    Last edited by Qwiksdraw; 13th May 2018 at 10:19.


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    Will have to check this one out, thanks for the report ! And look forward to the upgrade pics when you figure it out
    Shawn Rife

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