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Quack
12-22-2010, 13:41
Looks like George (www.migunslingers.com) can't give these away.

$800 for the .45
http://www.migunslingers.com/images/inv/Scorpion45_900.JPG

and $950 for the 9mm (it was $1150 when i asked about it right before he got it in.)
http://www.migunslingers.com/images/inv/Scorpion9_900.JPG

Quack
12-22-2010, 13:47
link to the company's website
http://coarmsusa.com/

Quack
12-22-2010, 13:47
http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1237742

Hokie1911
12-22-2010, 14:08
Yeah, I noticed that too. That has to be one of the worst looking fitting jobs on a GS I've ever seen. :shakehead:

Rimcrew
12-22-2010, 14:09
Yeah, I noticed that too. That has to be one of the worst looking fitting jobs on a GS I've ever seen. :shakehead:

Fitting? We don't need no stinkin' fitting.

thecableguy
12-22-2010, 14:19
Those have been there for a loooooong time. I was actually looking at those before I came here and read not so good stuff about the and like hokie I notice the GS fitting.

knedrgr
12-22-2010, 14:19
Yeah, I noticed that too. That has to be one of the worst looking fitting jobs on a GS I've ever seen. :shakehead:

com'on now...we've seen worst from a "custom" shop. :whistling:

Hokie1911
12-22-2010, 14:39
Maybe I will offer George $100 to take it off his hands and have my local QuackSmith work that GS over. :rofl:

Hokie1911
12-22-2010, 14:40
com'on now...we've seen worst from a "custom" shop. :whistling:

Yeah, but at least BS had his 8th grade shop students make it shiny. :supergrin:

Rimcrew
12-22-2010, 14:51
Is it my eyes playing tricks, or is that trigger set REALLY far out into the guard? I guess I've never seen one with speed holes in the back of the shoe...

knedrgr
12-22-2010, 14:54
Is it my eyes playing tricks, or is that trigger set REALLY far out into the guard? I guess I've never seen one with speed holes in the back of the shoe...

nope. I'd noticed that too.

drc767
12-22-2010, 15:52
I tried to tell you guys these things were a major POS when I shot them at their open house. I wouldn't spend a dime on these things!!! Buyer beware.......that is unless you don't have any problems owning a 1911 that will do full auto bursts! :)

glock2740
12-22-2010, 16:08
I'm getting one as soon as my Class 3 comes in the mail. :rofl:

knedrgr
12-22-2010, 16:10
I'm getting one as soon as my Class 3 comes in the mail. :rofl:

:animlol:

thecableguy
12-22-2010, 16:11
I tried to tell you guys these things were a major POS when I shot them at their open house. I wouldn't spend a dime on these things!!! Buyer beware.......that is unless you don't have any problems owning a 1911 that will do full auto bursts! :)
Do tell. Did their open house really go that bad?

drc767
12-22-2010, 16:32
Do tell. Did their open house really go that bad?

Yes....it did.

Quack
12-22-2010, 16:34
Is it my eyes playing tricks, or is that trigger set REALLY far out into the guard? I guess I've never seen one with speed holes in the back of the shoe...

just playing tricks on you, the Wilson Triggers that are pinned usually show as well.

http://shopwilsoncombat.com/images/1_t.JPG

thecableguy
12-22-2010, 16:41
Found a little review here by two of our own well respected members.

http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=276740

Hokie1911
12-22-2010, 16:46
Found a little review here by two of our own well respected members.

http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=276740

The "usual suspects". :rofl:

thecableguy
12-22-2010, 17:24
The "usual suspects". :rofl:

yup:supergrin:

bac1023
12-22-2010, 20:38
My shop has two of them, numbers 9 and 10.

I'm not in the least bit impressed. I can't imagine they will be around long. Craftsmanship is absolutely deplorable. He still has them priced at $1199. If they were cheaper, I might give them a shot, as I like to test new companies. However, $1199 is a joke for what you get.

bac1023
12-22-2010, 20:39
The "usual suspects". :rofl:

:rofl::rofl: