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    Default Victory Girls review by Graham Baates

    Kahr's news letter had a link to a Youtube review of the AO Victory Girls 1911 by Graham Baates. I also found his "unboxing/tabletop" review of it.
    The videos are of good quality that show the pistol in detail

    Table top review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MBNJ0gb7po

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    Thatís a good video.
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    Pretty cool! Usually I hate that kind of decoration but this is appropriate for a GI 1911.

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    I think it looks awesome myself. Not flashy but very tasteful. And apparently it's a shooter too. No surprise there.
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    I agree with JonhR completely. I don't fall for the flashy doodahs but this is tastefully done. I might be tempted but my 1911 funds were expended a couple of months ago. Guess I should start a topic on it one of these days if I ever get the time. Plus, I have the bestest set of custom grips EVER for it. Long over due to show the grips off.

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    Anxious to see it. Get some time dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Anxious to see it. Get some time dude.
    Pretty sure you remember the grips, though they for another 1911. I have tomorrow off but the grandbabies are here. Hopefully I can find time to make up a post.

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    Lookie here!
    From the Facebook page of the folks that do the engraving of the Victory Girls: https://www.facebook.com/pg/outlawor...=page_internal





    Laser engraved CT380 frame


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