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Post by Slo cat on 6/10/2011, 9:38 pm

First topic message reminder :

Now that we can share our photos, let's see your bullseye guns.

Here is my Keefer Custom, Aimpoint dot scope, with one of my better very best targets.



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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by rreid on 9/4/2017, 10:04 pm

Slartybartfast wrote:My new pistol.
FAS SP607, 22LR, 5 shot.
Used, but in excellent almost NIB condition.
Still waiting for the bureaucrats to transfer ownership to me so the store can ship it to me. Can't wait...

Good looking pistol. Looks similar to the IZH 35. What kind of optic mounting options are there?
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.22, 9mm, and .45 on three guns, all 1911's from the same company.

Post by wesleytilson@gmail.com on 9/20/2017, 5:25 pm

After perusing the forum I believe that the 1911 model is the most popular frame type or at least overwhelmingly so. Writing in 1912 in his book:
https://bookspublicdomain.com/Shooting/Automatic-Pistol-Shooting-by-Walter-Winans.html Walter Winans highly recommended the then new Colt 1911 service pistol, mostly because of its grip angle.

If the 1911 model is the best frame, then my new goal is .22, 9mm, and .45 on three guns, all 1911's from the same company. Somebody will buy my Glocks.

Does anyone know of such a company or at least a company that will sell the 1911s and the different barrels? I don't want to be changing barrels on the range. That might affect the zero of the red dot sight. So I end up with extra barrels. Not that bad an outcome.
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Post by james r chapman on 9/20/2017, 5:41 pm

The .22 can be a conversion on any 1911. Putting a 9 and a 45 I would think is problematic.

Probably 2 S.A. range officers.
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Post by Jon Eulette on 9/20/2017, 6:06 pm

Use 1 1911 frame with ramped barrels. Don't use the ejector pin and leave the ejectors loose so you can switch it ejectors between the two different slides which would be a 9mm slide and a 45 slide. And then you can use the 22 conversion whenever you feel like it. Been there done that :-)
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Post by wesleytilson@gmail.com on 9/20/2017, 7:40 pm

ericpoole wrote:
My trio of Salyer 1911s: wad, PPC and hardball.  (I hope this works!)

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Where does one buy the rail for the optic?

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Sight rail for 1911 frame

Post by wesleytilson@gmail.com on 9/20/2017, 7:46 pm

I've seen several 1911 models with a sight rail. I haven't been able to search them out on the web. Can anyone provide me with a link? I would prefer one that bolted into the side of the frame below the slide so as to not interfere with the zero of the sight as the slight flies back and forth.
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Post by rreid on 10/10/2017, 4:20 pm

wesleytilson@gmail.com wrote:I've seen several 1911 models with a sight rail. I haven't been able to search them out on the web. Can anyone provide me with a link? I would prefer one that bolted into the side of the frame below the slide so as to not interfere with the zero of the sight as the slight flies back and forth.
https://www.brownells.com/optics-mounting/rings-mounts-amp-bases/handgun-bases/index.htm?avs%7CMake_3=1911
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Post by Jack H on 10/11/2017, 8:08 pm

1963 Gold Cup and 1980ish Govt
Got about half my legs with the GC




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Post by rreid on 10/11/2017, 9:42 pm


Nelson conversion on a Foster frame built by me.
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Post by rreid on 10/11/2017, 9:48 pm


This used to be my ball gun. After I legged out, I had a slide mount put on it and started using it as a wadgun.  I put a KC trigger kit in it this year.
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Post by rreid on 10/11/2017, 9:55 pm


This is one of my CMP service pistols.  It's an older Kimber pre-series II. It has accurails, Kart EZ fit barrel and a short roll trigger.
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Post by rreid on 10/11/2017, 10:00 pm


Smith and Wesson 19-3 that I occasionally use for DR.
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