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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by Texas1911, Mar 1, 2008.
Can I shoot back?
As old as me.
She is in top shape.
Since we're doing 1911s...here's a '43 Colt 1911A1 wearing a post-war (fully hardened) GI slide for shooting. Original, numbered slide is also shown. Older slides were only partially hardened (front end) and MIGHT crack. A hard post-war GI slide for shooting preserves your WWII (or WWI) pistol in collectible shape.
How about a WWI Colt repro that's also an excellent shooter?
New production Gold Cup series 70...the best Colt Gold Cup yet.
Here's a superb Gold Cup Trophy stainless (series 80), accurized and tuned by Justin McMillan when he was at Hill Country Rifles.
Put this one in the handguns thread, probably more appropriate here.