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Old 08-16-2008, 10:55 PM
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Very nice guns and good photography. One small point - I don't think the grip panels on the Colt Gold Cup Commander are "thin", in the normal use of that term. I believe they are the original stock Colt grip panels, which make the grip width about 1.25 inches. Thin grip panels for carry reduce the grip width to about 1.05 inches, and don't extend partly over the plunger tube like those shown on your photo.
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Old 08-19-2008, 8:31 AM
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Very nice guns and good photography. One small point - I don't think the grip panels on the Colt Gold Cup Commander are "thin", in the normal use of that term. I believe they are the original stock Colt grip panels, which make the grip width about 1.25 inches. Thin grip panels for carry reduce the grip width to about 1.05 inches, and don't extend partly over the plunger tube like those shown on your photo.
The term thin must be objective then; they are much thinner than all of my other Colt 1911 stocks, and that comprises well over 3 dozen samples (and that's just the Colts - another dozen other make 1911s are in the mix.) But yeah, they aren't as thin as my Les Baer TR stocks and a custom set I have on my S&W PD Scandium 1911, so maybe "thinner" stocks (grips) should be the designation? I'll have to break out the dial gauge when I get a chance.

Needless to say, they are beautiful aren't they?

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Old 08-22-2008, 11:58 AM
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Does the randall have a series 80 or a series 70 system?
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Does the randall have a series 80 or a series 70 system?
Technically, neither? Their pattern follows that of the Colts made prior to 1971. It does not have the barrel-bushing setup of a 70 series, nor does it have the firing pin block/safety system of the 80 series Colts (1983 and later). As far as I know, no other 1911 maker ever used the 70 seires barrel-bushing system of the 70 series, and Para Ordnance is the only other 1911 maker that used Colt's firing pin block/safety system from the 80 series. The Randalls have no firing pin block/safety system of any kind.

Except for the 100% stainless attribute, sights, and minor design of parts (like trigger/hammer/port), it's very close to the original Browning 1911 design.

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You have excellent taste.
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Indeed you do have nice taste...
If you're thinking of really breaking in your new bike to take a trip to No. California via Highway 1 or Skyline 35...please PM me and bring the Randall with you!

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Very nice Randall you have there. The owner of a rep company I deal with in my industry was the sales manager for Randall for the short period of time they were in business. From what I understand there are less than 10,000 Randall firearms in existance.

If I wasn't in the process of buying a house I'd snatch this thing up in a heartbeat. Good luck with the sale.
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SFO International about 10:30. Short 2.5 mile drive to Jackson Arms in South City, then lunch in The City and back to SFO international mid afternoon to blast back to LAX.
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SWA has Round Trip $279, LAX to SFO + $25 Parking = $304
- - - Split travel cost?
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You have some really nice guns...free bump for you
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Colt Cobra in 2" like new with the FACTORY SHROUD!!,

- RARE Colt Anaconda 4" in .45LC ,

- RARE LWS Seecamp "Restricted" Model in .32ACP.


I've also changed the additional follow-up grouped photos of each gun to URLs and lumped them in one post so it doesn't take 5 minutes to down-load all the images in this thread!

However I kept the main photo as an image for each gun for its first respective post.

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Item 9: Colt Cobra 2" Barrel .38 Special Revolver WITH FACTORY COLT SHROUD!!! Very Rare with this feature and in this condition. Made in 1953. All original bluing. Like new condtion in its original box; never carried, and does not look to have ever been fired. The box is a little worn at the edges, as can be seen in the photos, but it is all intact and original; it did do its job of protecting the gun. There may be a some very minor box/storage wear to the gun but nothing different from what you might see on a new Smith & Wesson. $995
This thing is making my teeth sweat! I have its 4" brother. There has to be a way to make this work.

Top middle the one under it to the left is a cobra as well in 2" full lug

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Ivan and other interested parties, the seller is a great guy with fine stuff. Wipe the sweat off your teeth, brush, drink some Gatorade and buy a Colt! I made 2 trips to L.A. in July/August to deal with this seller. Well worth it!
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Ivan and other interested parties, the seller is a great guy with fine stuff. Wipe the sweat off your teeth, brush, drink some Gatorade and buy a Colt! I made 2 trips to L.A. in July/August to deal with this seller. Well worth it!
I would like to extend the offer to get him up here and save us the gas and wear and tear on the vehicles. Plleeeeeaaassseee!
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I would like to extend the offer to get him up here and save us the gas and wear and tear on the vehicles. Plleeeeeaaassseee!
Ivan - sent you a PM. I am working on it.

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Old 10-11-2008, 7:26 PM
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Meet me any time tomorrow (10/12) for a PPT at one of the places open on a Sunday, and if you pay cash in full, I'll pay the $35 PPT fee.

UPDATE: The Colt Cobra 2" and the 1968 Colt Python 2.5" are both: SOLD PENDING FUNDS!!

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