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Discussion in 'Springfield Armory M1911' started by ThreeTango, Apr 15, 2016.
Big brother and little brother.
"Loaded and RO Compact in 45 cal".
SA Trophy Match:
SA Champion Lightweight Operator:
I need to get some new pics of that ^^^^ one. I just got it back from SACS after they did a couple of custom touches to it.
The Trophy Match goes to a new owner next week in favor of a new EBR (Evil Black Rifle) purchase.
The XDS isn't a 1911 so I won't sully the thread with a pic of that heretic...
Finally got myself a TRP. I've been wanting one for a while. Pretty tough to find a stainless TRP at an LGS but I got lucky. Now I want to add a TRP Operator to the collection. It's only money right?
And then I put on a set of Crimson Trace rosewood Master Series grips.
Beautiful gun. I've come to find out that there's not very many weapons out there as sweet as a Springfield operator
My new "Loaded"
My Mil Spec customized by http://www.harrisoncustom.com/
Good clear pics there Marine.
The long, middle, and short of it...
A little older then the rest
A little short on the description this originally was a officer model that went back to Springfield Custom shop to get the trip/operated conversion
Here are my range buddies
Here's the updates to the CLWO - A fiber optic front sight, a fully adjustable rear sight (with a slide relief cut and slide recoat) plus a trigger job you can't see. I also added the V10 grips.
Welcome necro and Lobo Steve.
Love my CO
After seven weeks and 1000 rounds, my custom Custom Carry is like sweet cream butter. I ordered it at the end of Oct. 2014 and received it Nov. 9, 2016. Made an upgrade after each New Year when I noticed the part number didn't fall off my state's roster.
First round of upgrades:
Harrison ignition set - 3.5 lb trigger pull
Blackout Novak rear combat sight
Second round of upgrades:
Front strap checker
Slide stop nub
An extra tuned extractor
Nowlin extended mag release
Range officer Operator
Loaded MC Operator.
Old school ammo with new school precision