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post #931 of 2624 Old 10-27-2013, 06:13 PM
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Pow Pow'd for the 2nd time this morning in 2013. Aren't you proud Marn!!! I brought 300 rounds with me! Shot off 2 glock magazines and 1 kermit magazine... Got bored and packed up camp.


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Pow Pow'd for the 2nd time this morning in 2013. Aren't you proud Marn!!! I brought 300 rounds with me! Shot off 2 glock magazines and 1 kermit magazine... Got bored and packed up camp.
How did kermit do?

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Functioned fine with no issues on the single magazine I put thru it.

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Functioned fine with no issues on the single magazine I put thru it.
Good! that means I'm off the hook, it worked fine the first time after I touched it haha.

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This was the 2nd time, and technically, what... Were you worried I was going to ask for a refund?

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Lol, no, just wanted to be sure i didnt break your gun!

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er I mean your frog.

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If you'd broke it, no biggie, it would just become yard decor!

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If you were in the market for a 1911 and came across a Kimber Custom II as well as a Springfield Armory Range Master, which would you choose?

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If you were in the market for a 1911 and came across a Kimber Custom II as well as a Springfield Armory Range Master, which would you choose?
Kimber. Consensus seems to be that they're the finest available without spending 2k+.

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If you were in the market for a 1911 and came across a Kimber Custom II as well as a Springfield Armory Range Master, which would you choose?
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Ruger haha. I'm not to up to date on 1911's. My SA is great but it is just a super basic GI model. I think you would be fine with either. Kimbers have a great rep for a reason as well.
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Kimber. Consensus seems to be that they're the finest available without spending 2k+.
depends on what you consider finest. But yeah, what Scott said...Ruger.

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depends on what you consider finest. But yeah, what Scott said...Ruger.
I know I sure love my sr1911. Just repeating what I've read about and heard others say about the kimbers. I can't see what else you would want in one that the ruger doesn't provide!

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I know I sure love my sr1911. Just repeating what I've read about and heard others say about the kimbers. I can't see what else you would want in one that the ruger doesn't provide!
Right? If you want a good, solid, classic, Series 70 1911, Ruger it is!

If you want some fancy pants somewhat updated 1911, The kimbers are good. They have an FP safety, which any given series 70 will not. The custom II seems to have the internal extractor, which is more typical. It also has an FL guide rod, which has it advantages and disadvantages.

I like my sig, but it's all tactical and updated, FP safety, external extractor, rail, etc. It's hardly a standard 1911, which is a niche I'm looking to fill in my collection with a Ruger 1911.

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What's an FP safety and FL rod?

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