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yeah, you should know, you have the same grip as i do on your kimber (almost the same)

 

the VZ grips are twice as heavy, and have grippy surface, which I like

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yeah, you should know, you have the same grip as i do on your kimber (almost the same)

 

the VZ grips are twice as heavy, and have grippy surface, which I like

 

I am just not a fan of that color though...a bit more red or brown will look nicer IMO...

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I figured I'd ask the experts. Does anyone know if an ARMY detonics slide, bushing, and outer barrel assembly will fit on an ARMY MEU frame? If not, what 3.8 slides would fit on a TM compatible frame?

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I got her in a trade from a local, I don't have her anymore though wish I did.

 

and a pic. ye old "Uber Pistol" She shot mid 300's with .36's (co2 mag, highflow, springs, tightbore...)

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so ive been eyeballing this bad boy for a while now...

 

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/?prod...=534582#enlarge

 

a real steel ed brown ms housing. but it being real steel im sure theres a nightmare that comes with the package. anyone got a definite answer on how well western arms 1911s and RS ms housings get along?

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TM Kimber LAPD SWAT Custom II

 

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Parts list:

NOVA Kimber LAPD SWAT Metal kit

NOVA Grip Safety

NOVA Housing

NOVA Magazine Catch

NOVA Safety (the one in the picture is just the left side of an ambidextrous type)

NOVA Barrel Bushing Stainless

NOVA Recoil Guide and Spring Plug

Nine Ball Hammer

Nine Ball Trigger

CP Hammer Strut

Guarder Recoil and Hammer Spring 150%

Action Power Up Cylinder Bulb and Piston Head

Diamond Wood Checkerd Grips

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At the beginning i was leaning to a more tactical look for this one. But i really love wood grips :P I think it looks pretty good with them.

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Love the SWAT kits. If I hadn't gone and bought some Delta kits before they came out I'd be all over it!

 

In fact, I still might. If only I could find a Nash compensator....

 

The wood grips look great though. Don't let anyone persuade you to change them!

 

Wings :detective2:

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Love the SWAT kits. If I hadn't gone and bought some Delta kits before they came out I'd be all over it!

 

In fact, I still might. If only I could find a Nash compensator....

 

The wood grips look great though. Don't let anyone persuade you to change them!

 

Wings :detective2:

 

 

Have you tried emailing x-fire.org for the Nash comp? Their website says they're out of stock, but I e-mailed them acouple weeks ago, and they had 1 left. Good luck!

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I've tried to build the Terminator 2 1911, a lower frame Detonics Scoremaster with a black Series 70 upper slide. I used parts of two Western Arms Series 70 and other some WA parts.

 

The screen used:

 

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Movie stills:

 

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My work:

 

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I've tried to build the Terminator 2 1911, a lower frame Detonics Scoremaster with a black Series 70 upper slide. I used parts of two Western Arms Series 70 and other some WA parts.

 

Lovely to see your work, I have thought of this T2 1911 as a project for myself many times!

 

Good job! :)

 

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