RIck I am actually surprised at myself how much it appeals to me. I am not really a fan of modern firearms and generally despise ARs and Rails. But I got the chance to shoot a non nighthawk version a few years back and I just can't shake it.
Well Rick you'll be happy to know when the time came for the trade/purchase....my traditional side won out and I ended up trading straight up for a Korth Mongoose as opposed to the more expensive and out there super sport. The fact I could trade straight up for the mongoose with no cash plus it's more traditional appearance won out.
I've been informed by the Archivist that Colt will only research 1911 shipping dates and that Colt never retained any correspondence, shopbooks and shipping dates for repair/refurbishing work. Yet I distinctly recall seeing correspondence between the Historian and C. Clawson concerning the same...
Anybody here own Ten Below Firearms in Minnesota?
If not, anybody ever do business with them? Id appreciate any feedback.
They have some pretty nice Colts for sale. Kinda pricey. I hope they negotiate.
As a lot of you here should know, I'm not interested in haggling. All I want is a fair deal...
My lever action experiences are rather limited. I've handled Italian 66's and 73's. They have a solid feel. I've owned a few 92's, which are my sentimental favorites. I almost bought a Model 71 years ago, so I'm familiar with the solidity of the 86 action. I own a Browning 1895 now, it's a great...
The new forum format makes it so easy to add photos! How about a photo of your actual night stand or the "corner/closet" piece?
I like having something old and familiar and something new....that is also "old and familiar" :)