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Old 06-03-2011, 09:49   #1
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Gunsite Colts on Sale

http://www.gunsite.com/main/proshop/...ervice-pistol/

Thier version of the perfect carry 1911 on sale for $1225. It even comes with a brace that forces you to shoot Weaver! So exciting.
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Old 06-03-2011, 09:59   #2
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That "Limited Time" has been going on for at least a year! Nothing like getting to pay $1,200 for a $800 pistol!!
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:23   #3
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seems like a decent pistol and a lot of features...still too rich for my blood but if it were $800...woo hooo...:D
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:24   #4
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I picked one up at the sale price and am totally satisfied with it. Perfectly reliable, feels great in the hand and it's a Colt.

To each his own.
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:31   #5
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That "Limited Time" has been going on for at least a year! Nothing like getting to pay $1,200 for a $800 pistol!!
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I picked one up at the sale price and am totally satisfied with it. Perfectly reliable, feels great in the hand and it's a Colt.

To each his own.
Ouch.
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:44   #6
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they should put a smaller picture up on the website
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they should put a smaller picture up on the website
No kidding.

At least there is something. The S&W one must be a "sight unseen take our word for it" purchase.

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Hey, it was Dave that gave him the
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Hey, it was Dave that gave him the
I certainly didn't mean to ruffle any feathers. It is a production Colt.....nothing more, nothing less. I am of the opinion that the Gunsite Rollmark is a pretty expensive addition to the pistol. I am sure they are a good, reliable pistol.....just a little overpriced. Just my opinion, though....
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I certainly didn't mean to ruffle any feathers. It is a production Colt.....nothing more, nothing less. I am of the opinion that the Gunsite Rollmark is a pretty expensive addition to the pistol. I am sure they are a good, reliable pistol.....just a little overpriced. Just my opinion, though....
Dude is happy with it and what he paid. All is well. Move along...
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Dude is happy with it and what he paid. All is well. Move along...

There is nothing to see here go about your business.
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Dude is happy with it and what he paid. All is well. Move along...
Agreed.....no problems here.
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Hey Dave, why don't you show them what a "real" Gunsite 1911 looks like?
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Hey Dave, why don't you show them what a "real" Gunsite 1911 looks like?
Stop stirring the chitpot, Joe.......
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I certainly didn't mean to ruffle any feathers. It is a production Colt.....nothing more, nothing less. I am of the opinion that the Gunsite Rollmark is a pretty expensive addition to the pistol. I am sure they are a good, reliable pistol.....just a little overpriced. Just my opinion, though....
doesnt look like a stock Colt to me???
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doesnt look like a stock Colt to me???
Those are production Colt's. They come from Colt with that setup.....ie. STOCK.
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There is nothing to see here go about your business.
These aren't the droids you are looking for
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doesnt look like a stock Colt to me???
XSE Government models look very much like that.
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$800? Really?

Stock Colt Series 70 price based upon five internet sites that carry it.

All modification prices from Novak's website.

Base Pistol $905.00
Novak Sights $164.90
National Match Barrel $295.00
Grip Safety $125.00
Thumb Safety $95.00
Series 70 Trigger Job $125.00
Carry Bevel $125.00

$1,834.90
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