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    Curtis 1911

    This is a 1911 that was originally done by Richard Curtis in El Reno, OK. He bought out Dick Shock when he retired. It started out as a 38 Super, Richard made it into a 38 Special wad gun and I shot it a bit like that. I had the breech face opened up to 45 ACP size and started campaigning it in IPSC, PPC and Bullseye. It's won me a small ton of gold over the years. It has been known to ride along on my hip on my meanders and it feels like a a pair of well worn slippers when I start to work.






    I have a few more things tucked away I might have a pic or two of.

    Greg

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    As an inveterate tinkerer, I am always interested in seeing pistols that have changed caliber.

    Thanks for posting it.
    Hawkmoon
    On a good day, can hit the broad side of a barn ... from the inside

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