In the Volunteer State, we calls it the Yankee Invasion of '61ColtM4A3 said:There wernt nothing civil about the war and the correct name for that conflict is The War of Northern Aggression.
I would guess that the blueing on the frame was done at a different place than the Slide. I dont think they do the Slide bluing inhouse.
Well, actually over on the Dan Wesson forum the company president and the shop manager both drop in on a regular basis. Plus they ask for input on new models from the forum. The Razorback was the product of forum input and there's a thread right now to hash out some ideas for new caliber and model offerings.Rrotz said:WOW! Try getting any other 1911 manufacturers to contribute to the forum and actually INTERACT with a customer base!
They asked them to abandon the fort before they fired.guy sajer said:Thanks for your insight . Please don't be a stranger here at the forum .
"Northern Aggression" , "Invasion" ?
Let me think for a minute , who attacked Ft Sumter ???
WiseguyThreeOne said:And Gary Smith is ALWAYS on the Caspian Arms forum.
They really are neat guns, though I've only had the one pass through here. I want one, but just too many other things on the plate right now. The walnut grips were great, and I had to go buy one of the disassembly tools right away
Still, it's amazing to get a description of the bluing on what might be my next 1911.....