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Thread: New (old) 1911 builder

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    New (old) 1911 builder

    Today, our moderator Joni Lynn (or Lynnie or our Professional Pest), posted in Facebook pictures of an amazing 1911. It comes from a maker I've never heard before, Business End Customs.

    Lou Biondo, the owner, has been building 1911s for a decade now, but he has slipped under our radar, so far. His work is not your typical custom 1911, it can be thought of like modernizing a classic muscle car. Simple yet powerful and build for hard use.

    Lou's web site can be found at https://www.businessendcustoms.com/ where you can admire his work. Pictures of some of his creations are shown below.
    John Caradimas SV1CEC
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    Gruntshooter (7th November 2019), MuyModesto (25th October 2019), Rakkasan (28th October 2019), Ric4509 (27th October 2019), Rick McC. (26th October 2019)


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