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Selling a Norinco:

REDUCED PRICE! Why pay more for cast frame Colt 1991-A1 pistols, or shell out BIG BUCKS for Colt Gold Cup or Government Model pistols, when this forged steel frame Norinco 1911-A1 pistol (with adjustable custom rear sights) is a BETTER VALUE!
 

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It is kind of ugly. Do you think he sells Yugo's? I mean, why have a Ford or a GMC, when you can have a Yugo so much more cheaply? :rolleyes:
 

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JoeT said:
http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976386776.htm


Selling a Norinco:

REDUCED PRICE! Why pay more for cast frame Colt 1991-A1 pistols, or shell out BIG BUCKS for Colt Gold Cup or Government Model pistols, when this forged steel frame Norinco 1911-A1 pistol (with adjustable custom rear sights) is a BETTER VALUE!
Colt frame, slides and barrels are FORGED and ALWAYS have been.
 

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You know that, I know that. But how many people is he curropting by giving misleading info.
 

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It goes along the lines of, "better to be thought a fool, than to open ones mouth a prove it" or "than to remove all doubt" (depending on which version of that saying you want to go with). I find it very irritating that people run their mouths about things they know nothing about.
 

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Hey, it might be a real value at $350 with a one week return policy. Hmmm........ I could buy it, shoot the snot out of it for one week, then return it for a refund! What a deal!:D
 

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This guy is a hoot!

He always has one Dragunov or another for sale at GA. The funny thing is that he uses the same picture for each and every one. THE SAME PICTURE!

Now, that may not seem too bad except for the fact that the picture is of an early velvet cased model (hard to find) which, of coarse he never has. Here's his latest:

http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976397626.htm

As far as the Norinco 1911s go, I actually have had really great luck with them. That is not to say that I'd take one over a Colt, however. I would not hesitate to carry one though.


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This is probably the same type of seller who always includes an extra "clip" with semi-auto pistols.:biglaugh:
 

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I've never seen any Norinco 1911's, but the Sistemas, for about the same price, seem like very good values.:)
 
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