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I can't find any decent Baer SRP pics anywhere! Do you guys have any that you wouldn't mind someone drooling over? Please post 'em, it'll save me a lot of money on internet porn!!! :biglaugh:
 

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Aww, come on! Nobody wants to show off?
 

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I wouldn't mind seeing a few pics either!

I can put up a pic of a Custom Carry, but thats as close as I have... :)
 

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A 1.5", set up like a TRS - swapped 3 hole for solid and ambi for single, WC thins. Now it has Heine rears and is missing some paint around the muzzle.
 

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I hope to have mine this week! If so I'll get you pictures & a range report. Went out and shot a friends TRS last week. He kept asking what I thought and if it was a good gun? I told him it would be fine untill I got my SPR then it would be just ok.
 

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I hope to have mine this week! If so I'll get you pictures & a range report. Went out and shot a friends TRS last week. He kept asking what I thought and if it was a good gun? I told him it would be fine untill I got my SPR then it would be just ok.
Thats just mean! :biglaugh:


HP12C that is nice. Is the Baer coat hold up well?

thanks

Chris
 

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Earlier SRP 1.5" with the MMC/LBC rear sight .

 

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Here's my SRP before it went to Bob Rodgers for some work. It already had the Yost Bonitz Professional Grade sights (plain serrated rear, tritium front with white outline) and a slimmed-down Ed Brown ambi safety.



Here's a couple of pictures (courtesy of Bob Rodgers) of the gun when he finished with it. The full description of work and more pictures are here:
http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=182503

It was a great gun when it went to Bob. After his work, it's now simply spectacular. I just shot it again this weekend, doing transition drills from the carbine, and it never ceases to amaze me.



 

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BD6 - soooo nice

CHelm - I'm not the best person to ask as I shoot and carry my TRS like a 500:1 b/c I like the way the sights are regulated on it as opposed to the SRP. In the amount of time that I have shot and carried the SRP I have lost some paint (now have bare shiny metal) around the muzzle and Safariland holsters have worn through the paint a bit on the frame. The gun has around 10k. The hood has some wear and looks about like BD6's first pic or a little worse. My TRS is now a light grey as the bluing is generally well under 50% all over.

They are both just dandy.

Good luck

Edit - Guy I think the old school MMC's look great - do the slow you down any? Lose adj? Nice knife too.
 

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Edit - Guy I think the old school MMC's look great - do the slow you down any? Lose adj? Nice knife too.
Thanks . Haven't noticed any slow down . The only thing that slowed me was the Baer front sight "dot" size . Had to have one with a ring around the tritium insert installed so my eyes went forward instead of to the rear dots .
 

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If you think drooling over an SRP will save you money, you are sadly mistaken! :)
:biglaugh: ***GASP***.... Can't.... breathe.... laughing.... too hard!!!

Thanks guys for the BEAUTIFUL pics.... drool over them I will.
 
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