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I owned two other Gi's but never fell in love with the Melonite finish, I have enough black guns.

So when I saw this hard chrome 38 super government model I was like YES :)

I'm glad to have a GI back in the collection, I've always felt like they were milled out of one solid piece of steel, just so tight, so solid and I'm delighted

The last pic shows some Spalted Platon Wood (whatever that is :eek:) I picked up from NH when they were running a grips sale a few weeks ago

It's a nice touch they provide three spring weights for the gun

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Beautiful. Congratulations!
 

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Damn that pistol has straight lines, really well done.
Like you said, milled out of solid piece.
 

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Congrats azguy1911, that is a beautiful No Name! I am not too familiar with Guncrafter so can you tell me if the picture of the magwell is their functional blend or hand blend? Thank you.
 

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Congrats azguy1911, that is a beautiful No Name! I am not too familiar with Guncrafter so can you tell me if the picture of the magwell is their functional blend or hand blend? Thank you.
Looks like the fully blended magwell
 

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I added some new shoes and blue nitre screws

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That is one sweet ride ;)
 
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