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About DJTC45

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  • Birthday 01/07/1967

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    Collecting,1911's,Knives ect......


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    NightHawk GRP .45acp
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    WILSON CQBE 45acp

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  1. DJTC45


    Thanks for the advice, do you remember the size of the pin.
  2. DJTC45


    Yeah I have about 8000 loaded and ready to go. I can't wait to run some down it and see how it shoots.
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    I recently ran across a deal(at least I think so) on a Colt Gold Cup National Match 70 series on another forum that I belong to. I've always wanted one in 70 series and passed on a few due to the price($1200- $2000 plus) this one I got for $850. I checked the serial# on Colts web-site and it showed it was made in 1981. The slide to frame fit is tight with no movement or rattle, has the original box(has seen better days but it is original to the gun) has a collet bushing and it fits tight to the Bbl. front strap has the vertical serrations, original grips. I haven't had time to put some rounds down it yet, but hopefully soon. Here are a few pics.
  4. DJTC45

    M1911 my clip want lock in the gun

    Post some pics. of the gun with the mag. inserted so we can see what going on. Could be the brand of Mag. or as other's have said it could be the Mag. Release Button, or the Mag Catch.
  5. Sent you a PM about the 70 series Colt.
  6. DJTC45

    Thanks Grand Torino

    The sad thing is the day that he shipped it to me I left town to go to work in Evansville IN and won't be back till sometime in November, so I may wrap it up and open it at Christmas lol.
  7. Wish I was not working away from home, or I would buy it.
  8. DJTC45

    Thanks Grand Torino

    Here are the specs.- 1/4" 1070 Carbon Steel w/ AOL- 14 1/4", Blade is 8 1/2", handle is Cocobolo w/ Red TRU-STONE and White G-10 accents, Guard is the same material as the blade. This is the second knife I had him build and I purchased one of his smaller knives last month that he had listed, I'll post some pics. of all three once I get this one in hand. Thanks for looking.
  9. Here are a couple of pics of a knife that I had him build for me. I got the idea from looking at some Randall Knives and asked him if he could put his spin on a Randall 1-8, and he came through. I can't wait to get this knife in my hands. Thanks again Don and who ever made the Randall style sheath to go along with it.
  10. DJTC45

    A Bowie/Fighter headed to Texas...

    I can't wait to see the one I had him make for me.
  11. I'll take the Red Oak Handled one per our PM. Thanks
  12. Sent you a PM about the red oak if it's still available.
  13. I've shipped a few firearms to Gunsmiths I've always used UPS and have never encountered a person who would refuse to ship them, you have to use a UPS hub that does that not one of their drop off places. As far as using the US POST OFFICE all I can say is I've only shipped my slides that way, I was told the only way you can ship a Fire Arm through the POST OFFICE you had to have an FFL. License. The guns that I shipped to Gunsmiths to have work done on them have always been shipped directly back to me at my home address, you just need to be there or have someone sign for it. The Florida FFL. should give you the info. you need as to how they accept Firearm Shipment's from Individuals.
  14. DJTC45

    Daniel Defense or Sig MCX 300blk?

    Thanks I never thought I would be interested in that style but I really like it.

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