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[For Sale] RIA 1911 $400.00
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For sale, RIA 1911 $400.00
One Magazine & original hard-shell case included.


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"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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psst, what caliber?Wink
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It's a 1911, not a 1911 look alike. :p

.45 ACP
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;99360 Wrote:It's a 1911, not a 1911 look alike. :p

.45 ACP

It's not a coltWink
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Isn't that the "tactical" model?

Adjustable sights and that trigger, and hammer tell me it's not a "base model" like my polished nickel one is.
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God's Country;99368 Wrote:
ByblosHex;99360 Wrote:It's a 1911, not a 1911 look alike. :p

.45 ACP

It's not a coltWink

The original 1911 wasn't a Colt either. Browning donated the design to the US Army who contracted Colt to produce them for the Army. Wink

It's a 1911, regardless of who manufactures it.

Emptymag;99377 Wrote:Isn't that the "tactical" model?

Adjustable sights and that trigger, and hammer tell me it's not a "base model" like my polished nickel one is.

Yeah, it's the two-tone tactical model. Adjustable sights, so-on and so fourth.

Additionally, the grips are hand-crafted one-of-a-kind grips.
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;99394 Wrote:
God's Country;99368 Wrote:It's not a coltWink

The original 1911 wasn't a Colt either. Browning donated the design to the US Army who contracted Colt to produce them for the Army. Wink

It's a 1911, regardless of who manufactures it.

Emptymag;99377 Wrote:Isn't that the "tactical" model?

Adjustable sights and that trigger, and hammer tell me it's not a "base model" like my polished nickel one is.

Yeah, it's the two-tone tactical model. Adjustable sights, so-on and so fourth.

Additionally, the grips are hand-crafted one-of-a-kind grips.


Which proves that most people suck ass at selling things. You want to include that info when you post the info!
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How does it shoot? did you have any issues like ftf, fte? How would you rate this compared to the more costly 1911's
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Emptymag;99406 Wrote:
ByblosHex;99394 Wrote:The original 1911 wasn't a Colt either. Browning donated the design to the US Army who contracted Colt to produce them for the Army. Wink

It's a 1911, regardless of who manufactures it.


Yeah, it's the two-tone tactical model. Adjustable sights, so-on and so fourth.

Additionally, the grips are hand-crafted one-of-a-kind grips.


Which proves that most people suck ass at selling things. You want to include that info when you post the info!

How does one forum post prove anything about most people? Besides, I am actually a good salesmen when it's something that I want to sell. This isn't one of those things. I've already got offers for my asking price, if you must know, now I just need to finish up today and see if I need to sell it or not.

Lee-online;99411 Wrote:How does it shoot? did you have any issues like ftf, fte? How would you rate this compared to the more costly 1911's

Shoots straight. Groups well at 50 feet. No FTF or FTE issues except the first time I shot it I limpwristed and caused a FTE. That's what happens when you switch-up from a 9mm Glock to a .45 1911.

Compared to more costly 1911's is has all of the features and functions of any of them. Performance wise, it offers fantastic performance right out of the box. It has a really crisp trigger.
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;99473 Wrote:
Emptymag;99406 Wrote:Which proves that most people suck ass at selling things. You want to include that info when you post the info!

How does one forum post prove anything about most people? Besides, I am actually a good salesmen when it's something that I want to sell. This isn't one of those things. I've already got offers for my asking price, if you must know, now I just need to finish up today and see if I need to sell it or not.

Lee-online;99411 Wrote:How does it shoot? did you have any issues like ftf, fte? How would you rate this compared to the more costly 1911's

Shoots straight. Groups well at 50 feet. No FTF or FTE issues except the first time I shot it I limpwristed and caused a FTE. That's what happens when you switch-up from a 9mm Glock to a .45 1911.

Compared to more costly 1911's is has all of the features and functions of any of them. Performance wise, it offers fantastic performance right out of the box. It has a really crisp trigger.

How do you want payment and will you ship it?
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