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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantera Mike View Post
    It’s taken me awhile (more than 30 years) but this week on a complete impulse I finally broke down and bought a 1908 Safety Hammerless made in 1922, to go along with my various 1911s, and naturally joined this forum. ...(SNIP)...

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    Welcome to the Got Hammerless? Club Mike...

    My Pocket Hammerless dates to 1921...





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    Pantera Mike, that impulse buy is only the beginning. You've been "infected" with a very serious "disease". Just look at what it's done to ei8ht!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mentallapse View Post
    Nothing wrong with Novak.
    Well, that is true. But I still don't like them there. I am a man of convictions. Everybody else just calls me stubborn.

    Now seriously. I believe one could get much more visible sights for the Model M that would agree more with the general design of the pistol than the Novaks. They are good sights. I just think they don't fit well in vintage designs (don't like them in a BHP either).

    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDNAVYNUKESPOOK View Post
    . Just look at what it's done to ei8ht!

    Hey I resemble that remark.

    I know what I like.
    I just want a lot of them is all.

    Not all of them...but most....LOL


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    The few I have is not enough.....


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    Very nice, now you have a shooter. Did Novak actually do the work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommyhof View Post
    Very nice, now you have a shooter.
    Did Novak actually do the work.

    This is a repeat of a short while ago,
    But Tommyhof did ask the question....


    Here is my new Shooter.

    U. S. Armament M1903 Novak Prototype 1282 2018













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    To each his own, but if I want a point and shoot gun, I buy a point and shoot gun. If I want a target pistol, I won't put target sights on my point and shoot gun, but I'll buy a target pistol.
    Does anyone measure the MOA of there Model M? Do you ever shoot them at 50 or 100yds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedm View Post
    To each his own, but

    If the truth be known I only bought the Model M with the Novak sights
    because it's serial number was between 1281 and 1283, pistols I had.
    I was shooting for 8 consecutive M's.

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    If I want a target pistol, I'll buy a target pistol.
    I did. LOL

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    To each his own....



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    Quote Originally Posted by tedm View Post
    To each his own, but if I want a point and shoot gun, I buy a point and shoot gun. If I want a target pistol, I won't put target sights on my point and shoot gun, but I'll buy a target pistol.
    Does anyone measure the MOA of there Model M? Do you ever shoot them at 50 or 100yds?
    I really am proud of my little 1903 and shoot it regularly from my front deck. The main target is 25 yards, a standard size pepper popper. I don't have anything at 50 yards at the moment so that distance is untested. At 100 yards, I have a steel IPSC torso silhouette to entertain me. The 25 yard popper is easy meat. Once in a while, I ring the 100 yard gong and just plain grin. My little 1903 is box stock.
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