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 Post subject: Tribute Bullseye 1911
PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 5:25 pm 
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Caspian based 1911 dedicated to the clients father. A Kart National match barrel is surrounded by all bar stock parts, topped with a lightened Rock River scope base to allow iron sight shooting. Finish is a mirror finish blue with custom engraved grips with his dads military unit insignia.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2016 1:18 pm 
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Greg, I see you are on the Pardini Bullseye team so I guess this Bullseye thing is kinda serious with you.

I shot it many years ago but even the word "dabble" might be an overstatement. But I'd like to know a few things about the current state of Bullseye affairs-- could you give us a paragraph or two? What I, myself, am curious about:

What would you consider to be the minimum accuracy requirement for a Bullseye gun, at, say, 25 or 59 yards? With the appropriate load, of course.

What is the current load of choice in .45?

Does anyone use a 1911 in 9mm? I think the course kinda mandates .45, doesn't it? In the category where .38's are used, could it be a 1911 in 9mm, and what are the most accurate factory 9mm loadings out there at this time?


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