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Cut it in half...have 2 guns...Probably headed toward the way of the Wooly Mammoth and the Dodo bird...If I want twice as much to clean, I'm shooting two guns...Glocks, lol
 

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So when you shoot one of those in .45, in theory, are you shooting a "90"....lol
 

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Traded and sold my 1911 to obtain Glocks, thinking about getting one for old time sake.
 

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not like that one, I hope...lol...I understand the sentiment, tho...love the Kimber...
 

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I decided to forgo the 1911 and purchased a Glock.

I really think the Arsenal Second Century 2011 is just cool as Hell. That thing would be a blast to shoot, don't know if i would ever buy one but I would love to shoot it. There is something about 18 rounds of 45 down range in 3 seconds that just makes a guy melt a little.

Found this on the inter web

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Specifications
Caliber .45 ACP, .38 Super Auto
Capacity 8+8 rounds
Finish Deep Blue or White Ash Nitrite
Grip Wood
Barrel 4.9"
Trigger Double hammer with single spur, double independent or single trigger.
Weight 4 lbs (unloaded) (Holy Utility Belt Batman!)
Width 1.97"
Height 5.7"
Total Length 8.7"
CA/MA Approved No (HA!)
Front Sight Fixed
Rear Sight Adjustable
MSRP (Price) Not yet announced. (This is not surprising)

Thanks to (firearmblog.com)
 

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I decided to forgo the 1911 and purchased a Glock.

I really think the Arsenal Second Century 2011 is just cool as Hell. That thing would be a blast to shoot, don't know if i would ever buy one but I would love to shoot it. There is something about 18 rounds of 45 down range in 3 seconds that just makes a guy melt a little.
same here. I would never buy one, a liability nightmare. It would be pretty cool to shoot though
 

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I love my Glocks, but I shoot my SIG 1911 carry the best of any gun I've tried so far including other 1911's.

I remember seeing a Glock type 1911 in a handgun buyers guide a dew years ago, cant remember the Manufacturer tho.
 

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There are 1911 style frames for the Glocks, for those who like the 1911 grip angle...not sure which models they make them for...
 

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I will have to check that out.
 

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let us know if you find them...I used to see those advertised quite a bit, but not so much anymore
 
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