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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby LarryH » Sun Nov 29, 2009 7:50 pm

CompVest wrote:You will have to put a lot of thought into a holster for it because it'll be hard to find any that will do justice to your 1911.


I'm surprised you didn't mention Tucker Gunleather. :biggrinjester:


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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby CompVest » Sun Nov 29, 2009 9:10 pm

Holsters are personal. When asked about leather I do mention Tucker. He does beautiful leather.
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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby MrsFosforos » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:04 pm

CompVest wrote:Holsters are personal. When asked about leather I do mention Tucker. He does beautiful leather.

I appreciate suggestions!! I have a comp-tac diva that you recommended & I use it at the range for my M&P.

I'm leaning toward another one for this 1911; but I would need something easier to conceal if I ever decide to carry it.


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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby Mac1972 » Fri Mar 19, 2010 2:25 pm

In a word - B e a u t i f u l....nice job. By the way DMBullard.com, David makes a fine leather holster for either iwb or owb carry.
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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby stevie_d_64 » Sun May 30, 2010 7:28 am

Man, woman... :tiphat: Now that is a fine looking firearm!!!

This motivates me to consider putting one together for myself...

Not sure if I'll ge a kittykat logo put on the grip, but I may try something else to personalize it somehow...

Again, that is a super looking gun there...Hope it shoots just as well for ya...
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Re: My custom - 1911

Postby MrsFosforos » Sun May 30, 2010 8:28 pm

stevie_d_64 wrote:Man, woman... :tiphat: Now that is a fine looking firearm!!!

This motivates me to consider putting one together for myself...

Not sure if I'll ge a kittykat logo put on the grip, but I may try something else to personalize it somehow...

Again, that is a super looking gun there...Hope it shoots just as well for ya...

It is smooth as butter. I can't even begin to explain the excitement I felt when I hit the first 10 and then the first 100 rounds with out a failure! I was on cloud nine!

If it weren't so expensive I'd have a new hobby!


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