- Sun Mar 26, 2017 7:58 pm
NavyVet1959 wrote:Well, I've been wanting one for awhile and I could just kick myself for not buying one of the high capacity full size models back when they were under $500 street price, but I finally stumbled across a single stack mag model and was able to get it for $500.
The previous owner had won it on an Armscor promotion. It is their "Commemorative" model. The one on the left in this photo:
Personally, I would have preferred just the stock flat black one.
Also, the rail prevents me from being able to holster it in my kydex OWB holster.
The above 2 photos look pretty crappy since they were done with my cell phone camera and there wasn't enough light.
This one is slightly better, I guess...
(link to full size image)
One Navy vet to another, you will enjoy the pistol. I enjoy mine at the range shooting .22TCM and I carry the
9MM double stack version. One little bit of advice if I may, when you buy ammo, make sure it is the Armscor USA
mfd in Stevensville, Mt. The Armscor Precision occasionally has a brass swelling problem. Unless they have
I got my .22TCM 1911 double stack from Bud's gun ship, for $600.00 and change, I just checked, and
they have gone up another hundred and a half! Hang on to what you have navy.
I am in favour of "Gun Control". As long as I control the guns!
(Clint Eastwood, "The Outlaw Josey Wales".)