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SOME PISTOL RIGS

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House bound so thought I would play around with the computer. Here are pictures of some of my rigs I have put together. I tried to post more but I'm limited on number of picturesDSC05925.jpg,DSC05308.jpg,DSC04968.jpg,DSC04932.jpg,DSC04203.jpg,DSC04016.jpg,47b7d707b3127ccebcf720b532520000003.jpg,47b7d707b3127ccebcf720d532320000003.jpg,47b7d707b3127ccebcf727f7f3bb0000003.jpg

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Wonderful collection! Are the .38 Colt DA's the 1901 model or are some earlier models retrofitted with the lanyard loops?

 

Some nice web equipment there too! I think the Mills .45 holster would be a little bit more appropiate with a commercial Colt 1911 as sold to Canada or a British contract .455 M1911. But given their rarity such a nice issue .45 goes well with a scarce holster.

 

Thanks for posting a fine collection.


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Thanks for posting those. Very nice collection.


Former Navy Nuclear Weapons Officer (current member NNWA) collateral duty while active: OIC R&P Team and Base Armory. Life/Patron Member NRA (since 1962); Life Member NCGCA; Member Colt CA; collector/shooter/amateur gunsmith.

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Those are some beatutiful pistol rigs, if you dont mind me asking whats the sn of your m1911 in the second photo?

 

Thanks

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I just keep getting more amazed each time I look at this forum! Absolutley fantastic collection and great photography, too. Thanks for coming up with something constructive to do while stuck in the house.


Chris

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One is a M1903 and the other is a M1901.

Wonderful collection! Are the .38 Colt DA's the 1901 model or are some earlier models retrofitted with the lanyard loops?

 

Some nice web equipment there too! I think the Mills .45 holster would be a little bit more appropiate with a commercial Colt 1911 as sold to Canada or a British contract .455 M1911. But given their rarity such a nice issue .45 goes well with a scarce holster.

 

Thanks for posting a fine collection.

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SN 413xxx.

Those are some beatutiful pistol rigs, if you dont mind me asking whats the sn of your m1911 in the second photo?

 

Thanks

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One is a M1903 and the other is a M1901.

 

Ok, now that I look at the photo I think I can see where the M1903's inspector's stamp is. Some of the earlier models were upgraded to M1901's.


"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

*Sherlock Holmes in "A Scandal in Bohemia"*

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An awesome collection...thanks for posting!

 

Sabrejet :thumbsup:


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OK fine, I admit I'm jealous. I'm not gonna dwell on it :D

 

great collection :bravo:

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