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Old 12-22-2017, 03:11 PM
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If my safety was ambit, I'd want to send it back to the Dan Wesson pistol smiths to have it cut off the right hand side.
Sorry I shoot right handed.
If I change my sights out, i want a Trueglow Tfx.
Got them on my Guardian.
Looking to put them on my Eco when it comes back from Dan Wesson.

I can't see the sights up close well, so TFX helps.

I'm older, color blind. Had cataract surgery and can't see up close.

Just my choice.
Looking later on for some different grips later on.
I like fast grips too.

Wonder what it would be like to have a TFX narrow tiny rail down the top of the weapon.
Night time would be awsum.
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Old 01-06-2018, 08:46 PM
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I would like to have my current CCO just exactly as it is, but in 9mm.
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Old 01-08-2018, 12:09 PM
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Specialist Govt. and Commander in 10mm.

Also, for other 1911's I think a plain black front sight is terrible. At the very least give a fiber optic front because if you're shooting at anything other than paper/cardboard a plain black front sight disappears. I'm mainly talking about the PM models and the RZ10, I think one or two of the PM models have them but they should ALL have them. Just say no to plain black front sights.
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