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I don't see pictures of nor discussion about GI's all stainless 1911s. Is that because they don't make many?

Does someone on this forum have one? How well done is GI's stainless finish compared to something like an Ed Brown?
 

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They make them but I’ve never put my hands on one.
 

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We currently have 1 No Name CCO, had 2 my and my wife’s, ended up selling mine in a moment of weakness.

They are awesome builds, and like any GI built very very nicely.

Here are a few pictures of the one I had before I sold it:

New, pics from George:

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After the first range session:

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Maybe I’ll get a replacement in the works, but a Commander size this time around.

Ray


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I don't see pictures of nor discussion about GI's all stainless 1911s. Is that because they don't make many?

Does someone on this forum have one? How well done is GI's stainless finish compared to something like an Ed Brown?
Yes, they make them.
A Guncrafter is a better pistol than a Brown on all accords
 
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