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I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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Beautiful set-up Kevin, too many rounds set down range, enjoy.
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Bruyere_Royale wrote:
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I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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Sharp! I don't think you can beat a 1911!
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Kevin Keith wrote:
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I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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Sharp! I don't think you can beat a 1911!
Love the 1911's but, I'll always have a soft spot for revolvers.
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Bruyere_Royale wrote:
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I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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seer sucker suit and saddle shoes would go well, don't forget the straw hat...
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I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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seer sucker suit and saddle shoes would go well, don't forget the straw hat...
For when you are determined to look like a well armed Matlock.
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avid wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 9:11 am
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Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:16 pm
I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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seer sucker suit and saddle shoes would go well, don't forget the straw hat...
I pass on the saddle shoes tho, not me at all.
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houtenziel wrote:
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Tue Nov 05, 2019 9:11 am
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Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:16 pm
I figured what the heck since I had it out for a wiping. I'm looking for a pair of 1970's vintage cream shooting loafers to match
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seer sucker suit and saddle shoes would go well, don't forget the straw hat...
For when you are determined to look like a well armed Matlock.
lol
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I'm more Columbo than a Matlock.
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That's odd, most of us think you're more like Kramer than either Matlock it Columbo.

About the Milspec, I'd heard they are manufactured completely in the USA now and yet kept at an awesome price. Best but for the money out there! I've owned a number of that model over the years, and the only thing lacking IMHO is a high rise beavertail and combat hammer. Best of all it's entirely forged, and doesn't have forward serrations on the slide.
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