A Fighter Pilot, Political Science Prof and Author with Opinions and a Weird Streak
#1 works for me.
I'm not a big fan of the bob tail 1911s, but I have to agree with Murphy that number 1 is the better looking of the two.
I hate to be a "me-too-er", but, save my Ruger Red Label, I tend to shy away from two-tone firearms.
#1, going on appearance alone. The slide clashes with the frame. Word verification: "matic".
I'll cast a vote for number 2. I'm a big fan of the duo tone. I have a Sig P226 with a nickel finish slide and it's my favorite auto loader.
You've gotta' hold the second one on it's side (and say "Yo" a lot) to prefer it over something more traditional.
Ooo, number 1. I'd love to have a bob tail.
I strongly prefer the first one.
Gee, if "Six" hadn't said more than his first sentence, he could've later claimed he was counting from the bottom. But now he's stuck out there on a limb all by himself.Rule: Never say more than you have to say.Tsk, tsk, tsk!
We'll see which shows up first at the dealer. Ordered one yesterday and said it didn't matter which one. He's got two sources digging them up, so I'm at the mercy of availability. I leaned toward the two-tone, but the classic blue is growing on my rapidly. Love the bob-tail idea! Will fit my Mitch Rosen IWB holster too!Might be unloading my Kimber Elite Carry (1 of 1000) which was the first custom 4", full melt-down, ambi-safety, etc. that Kimber released way back around 1998.
I prefer #1 I like the single color scheme. That being dais My Sig 226 and Sig 220 are both two tone. Availability was the issue for me. Buy when you have the chance and worry about aesthetics later. :)WV: dedlenta
Number 1. Two tone is a leftover from when we couldn't make stainless firearms work without galling problems, so we put stainless frames under blued slides. Someone thought they looked cool, and two-tone guns were born. ::::BLEACH::::Function over form!FormerFlyer
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