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    Please try to restrain yourself. It would be a crime to do anything to that gun.

    It's drop dead gorgeous just the way it is and it's served it's time.

    Bet it still shoots plenty well enough.

    I had a guy bring me one like that, it dated right in there 1913 or 1914. I thoroughly cleaned and oiled the thing my britches sticking out in front the whole time. He wasn't a gun guy really. Actually he was a lawyer but I didn't know that until I'd cleaned it. He came to my house to pick it up and said he might just bring it back someday and leave it with me.
    That was several years ago and I ain't seen it yet but I still hold out hope.
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    Well, you certainly have some nice looking pistols now OP.
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    Cool 1911s Matter


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    Love those grips on that Dan Wesson.

    Different question now, on a 1911 what do folks prefer, a standard thumb safety or extended thumb safety and why? I have one with an extended thumb safety (my most recent purchase) and 3 with standard thumb safeties. I like the extended because I can rest my thumb on it while shooting after taking it off safe then it’s easier put it back on with more “lever” there. But for carry would a standard be better? Or does it even matter? What say you all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Love those grips on that Dan Wesson.

    Different question now, on a 1911 what do folks prefer, a standard thumb safety or extended thumb safety and why? I have one with an extended thumb safety (my most recent purchase) and 3 with standard thumb safeties. I like the extended because I can rest my thumb on it while shooting after taking it off safe then it’s easier put it back on with more “lever” there. But for carry would a standard be better? Or does it even matter? What say you all?
    I'm running a Wilson Combat - Thumb Safety, Tactical Lever, Bullet Proof®, Stainless.


    I can shoot with both hands, but went with a non ambidextrous, low profile, safety for carry.
    Although I do shoot and carry my DW Valor on occasion; it's more of a BBQ, Style Points, gun for me.
    It's all personal preference friend.
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