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Cerebrus
01-01-2011, 07:33
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=209363448

This one I actually like.. if I had the $$ I would be bidding..

bac1023
01-01-2011, 07:44
I want Browning to introduce a standard 1911 line.

Maybe now they will. :dunno:

Cerebrus
01-01-2011, 07:47
looks like they just might, it would deffnly be on my list of 1911's to get.

bac1023
01-01-2011, 07:53
looks like they just might, it would deffnly be on my list of 1911's to get.

:agree:

El_Ron1
01-01-2011, 09:17
FN or airsoft?

bac1023
01-01-2011, 09:58
If Browning is having a government model built for the anniversary, I can't imagine why they wouldn't offer a standard modelm in the future.

They're offering a 1911-22 for the anniversary and they already do offer that on a regular basis.

Nickpisp
01-01-2011, 10:57
Nice! So the Browning isn't an A1, I want one without the gold!

custom2
01-01-2011, 12:55
6 grand. That is laughable.

bac1023
01-01-2011, 13:31
6 grand. That is laughable.

I agree.

Did you see the Colt in his other listing? :shocked:

bac1023
01-01-2011, 13:32
Nice! So the Browning isn't an A1, I want one without the gold!

Well, its not the A1's 100th anniversary. :tongueout:

Nickpisp
01-01-2011, 13:56
Well, its not the A1's 100th anniversary. :tongueout:

That didn't stop Ed Brown or Kimber! :tongueout:

AZ Husker
01-01-2011, 14:11
Wonder who subcontracted the build?

simulatedjim
01-01-2011, 14:17
Make the gun with 2011 features and I will have one.

custom2
01-01-2011, 14:23
I agree.

Did you see the Colt in his other listing? :shocked:

I believe so. 78k or something. I commented.

glock2740
01-01-2011, 14:24
I want Browning to introduce a standard 1911 line.

Maybe now they will. :dunno:
That would be very cool. I'd probably buy one. I'm actually surprised that they don't make one, as they have quite a few pistols in their line up and even have a 1911 .22! And yet Remington is offering a 1911.

bac1023
01-01-2011, 14:26
That didn't stop Ed Brown or Kimber! :tongueout:

I know, but they weren't around 100 years ago. ;)

bac1023
01-01-2011, 14:27
I believe so. 78k or something. I commented.


Yeah, I saw your post after this. I think its up to $82K. :wow:

glock2740
01-01-2011, 14:28
6 grand. That is laughable.
I gotta agree.

bac1023
01-01-2011, 14:29
That would be very cool. I'd probably buy one. I'm actually surprised that they don't make one, as they have quite a few pistols in their line up and even have a 1911 .22! And yet Remington is offering a 1911.

I think Remington basically forced their hand now. If they're offering the smaller 1911-22, I can't imagine it will be long now. Hopefully, its in the same price range as the Remington, or at least under a grand.

I hope they don't go the Ithaca route. Those prices are outrageous.

Nickpisp
01-01-2011, 14:45
I think Remington basically forced their hand now. If they're offering the smaller 1911-22, I can't imagine it will be long now. Hopefully, its in the same price range as the Remington, or at least under a grand.

I hope they don't go the Ithaca route. Those prices are outrageous.

If they'll make something like the O1918 for under a grand I'll need one. :supergrin:

Nickpisp
01-01-2011, 14:47
I know, but they weren't around 100 years ago. ;)

How many 100 yr old Browning labeled 1911's are around? :tongueout:

bac1023
01-01-2011, 15:12
How many 100 yr old Browning labeled 1911's are around? :tongueout:

Well, they get a pass since he designed it. :supergrin: