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  1. #1761
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    Quote Originally Posted by StraitR View Post
    Have you checked for markings under the stocks on both sides? Dave Berryhill was known to work on a springer or two, but I can't say I've ever seen or heard of him marking extractors with a "B".

    Maybe @theJanitor can be of some help.
    I have detailed stripped the pistol. The only non-SA marking is the "B" on the extractor. Where it is marked suggests to me it may have been a fitted spare. The serial number dates the pistol to the late 1980s to early 1990s.

    One possible smith is Bill Bidwell of Jawbones from Broomfield, CO.

    In any event, the pistol is a pleasure to shoot even if the feature set is a bit puzzling. The welded magwell suggests hard use while the two-piece FLGR suggests range toy or game gun. It is a fun mystery.

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    Guess I’m back in the 1911 (2011) game.

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    DSG RIGEL x 2


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    Quote Originally Posted by farscott View Post
    I have detailed stripped the pistol. The only non-SA marking is the "B" on the extractor. Where it is marked suggests to me it may have been a fitted spare. The serial number dates the pistol to the late 1980s to early 1990s.

    One possible smith is Bill Bidwell of Jawbones from Broomfield, CO.

    In any event, the pistol is a pleasure to shoot even if the feature set is a bit puzzling. The welded magwell suggests hard use while the two-piece FLGR suggests range toy or game gun. It is a fun mystery.
    It could have been worked on by different smiths at different times. I don't know if Ted Yost is still on any forums, but he would be a good one to ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theJanitor View Post
    DSG RIGEL x 2

    I need a DSG holster for my non railed wilson.. didn't know he does 1911 work

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    Quote Originally Posted by breakingtime91 View Post
    I need a DSG holster for my non railed wilson.. didn't know he does 1911 work
    The RIGEL is for Glock/x300U. It just so happens to fit my dawson railed colt AND my Wilson edc X9 very well. I had to do some trimming, but in the end it was worth it. There was even enough kydex to make a Thumb Safety stop

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    Got the RMR installed today and got a cool care package from Phlster.

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    New shoes (Battleship Gray VZ 320s) must mean new pic time.

    These are “blems”. If you look real hard you can see a little dot on the panel that looks like fuzz. They cost half as much because of that.

    Look awesome with proper blue slotted screws and Red Nichols leather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    New shoes (Battleship Gray VZ 320s) must mean new pic time.
    Much better. But I thought you were looking for a set of wood stocks?

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