Carried one in the USMC. I was an Air Deliveryman (Rigger). I made this one up to look like the one I carried in Vietnam.I was a 95B so carried one for 3 years. Mine was a good one could actually shoot pretty decent with it :biggrin:
Yep, as soon as it became known that Lee Oswald's Carcano rifle wasI also remember that and you could just mail away for it and it was delivered to your door. Too many criminals out there now adays, such a shame.
I think I can afford the Ace Service Model!!:wink::dancingbananna::crazy:Check-out these prices;
Me too (US Army 1977-1980). In Korea we had 1911s dating back to WWII - some of the guys bought new barrel bushings, cleaned up the lock-up, etc. to improve acccuracy. We had a real good armorer in our unit who would do minor work on anyone's issued gun, so long as it didn't violate regs...I was a 95B so carried one for 3 years.
Nice catch! I know this has been discussed often on other forums.It also answers the question of slide release vs. slingshot method.
The answer is ---------------slide release! Tracy