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I thought that some of the folks in this thread may appreciate this post.

Last Friday (after surviving Thanksgiving) I took some friends to the NRA Range in Fairfax, VA. These guys had never fired a weapon before and were keen to go shooting, so I took a variety of hand guns (including my black/black Wilson CQB.)

We spent most of our time doing double-tap drills on silhouettes using the CQB and a Colt Series 80 that I also own when a couple of the NRA Range Masters came over to check out the CQB. They dropped the hammer a few times, worked the action, talked amongst themselves, and then asked if they could fire a few of their own rounds through the gun. I agreed; they produced their own ammo and proceeded to put 50 rounds through it between the three of them. They shot for accuracy and did a speed drill.

One of the instructors (carrying a Springfield 1911) told me after my range session was finished that the CQB was the finest 1911 he had ever fired; the other two fellas agreed that it was an awesome pistol with an incredible trigger.
 
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Makes me feel good when everybody oogles my CQB at the range too.

I have never for a second regretted that purchase.
 

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jkayatin said:
One of the instructors (carrying a Springfield 1911) told me after my range session was finished that the CQB was the finest 1911 he had ever fired; the other two fellas agreed that it was an awesome pistol with an incredible trigger.
.....I feel the same way every time after shooting the CQB....................AND IT'S MY GUN!!!!!!!!:D
 

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Everyone that shoots my CQB wants to buy one - some of them go crazy and pull evil plastic out and buy it that day :eek: hey its not my fault!
 
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