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Old 03-01-2010, 09:15 PM
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Thanks for the advice. When I started this thread I said I have recently been buying the guns I've always wanted.

One of my recent purchases was a Les Baer Custom Premier II .45. I've always wanted a Baer and its now my favorite centerfire pistol. If it balances like that, I'll be very happy.

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p.s. one of the other ones is a M11/9. Rude crude bullet hose that is sure to put a grin on any man or boy's face. . . . until they get the ammo bill. Can't wait for the lage .22 conversion kit.
The SW 41 is the closest rimfire to a 1911 unless you get a Kimber .45 with .22 insert or alone as an auto that fails to hold the bolt open after the last shot.

The 41 will be eons ahead of any Kimber insert or pistol in accuracy. I guess I don't need to introduce the Colt Ace in conversion or original. Either way the Colt Ace is worse in accuracy to the Kimber.
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Old 03-01-2010, 09:16 PM
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Thanks for the advice. When I started this thread I said I have recently been buying the guns I've always wanted.

One of my recent purchases was a Les Baer Custom Premier II .45. I've always wanted a Baer and its now my favorite centerfire pistol. If it balances like that, I'll be very happy.

Don
p.s. one of the other ones is a M11/9. Rude crude bullet hose that is sure to put a grin on any man or boy's face. . . . until they get the ammo bill. Can't wait for the lage .22 conversion kit.
You are going to really like the Lage kit.
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Old 03-01-2010, 09:17 PM
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I just sent Richard my check for the standard 9mm Lage upper. I'm number 430ish on his .22 conversion kit waiting list. It will be a while before I get that.
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Dcmdon,
I'm a little late to the game in this discussion since I've been out of town for the last week but I would like to muddy your thoughts a little.
1) As far as residual value goes the catalog values before 1994 are more valuable than those after 1994, but not by much.

2) From a personal standpoint I have 3 Model 41's and a Model 46 ( all of them old) as well as many, many, many high end target pistols such as Medalist's, Challenger's, Woodsmen's, Hammerli's, Pardini's, Walther's....etc. The Model 41's are not in the same league as the European target gun's.......except one 7" Model 41 that is a Performance Center gun that I got used. If you look diligently you can probably find one of those. Good luck in whatever you choose.


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Old 03-02-2010, 08:47 PM
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Wayne,

Thanks for the input. See link below. This looks interesting. Are you familiar with the Benelli?

http://ingunowners.com/forums/firear...et_pistol.html
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Old 03-02-2010, 09:32 PM
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S&w 41

I have one for sale, asking 800 bucks for it, Excellent condition, made in 2002 :and has less than a 1000 rounds through it! It is collecting dust. e-mail me if interested [email protected] and I will send pics!
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Old 03-03-2010, 08:31 PM
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Dcmdon,
Email that guy and tell him that you will take the MP95E for $600. The Blue Book on that baby is $650 without the adjustable grips. If you prefer the original grips I will give you $100 for those adjustable ones. And yes, I do have a Benelli MP95E. I love it! I prefer it to all my Olympic RapidFire pistols except my Hammerli/Walther Model 205 and it is a lot less expensive. I'm not kidding, buy that MP95E.

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