ATI is bringing in some really well made 1911’s. I’ve been eyeballing this Commander for almost 5 months now. Had to do it… I… can’t… help… myself.
I’m an addict… I know. I have a problem. I admit it. I LOVE guns.
Crusader Weaponry list of soon to be done upgrades: Full ST-1 Treatment. Trigger Job, Action Job, and an OD Green Duracoat on the grip frame. Then those nasty wood grips are getting replaced with something else… I don’t care what.
The only date in March that I have for Training is the 26th. The course is Defensive Pistol, as that’s what most folks are asking for right off the bat.
However that time last year, and the year before, the Range was a Mud Bog. The ground, isn’t frozen anymore and the soil is completely saturated. 4×4’s get stuck, in fact, last year… several did. So I’m looking for an alternative venue. There are a couple possibilities, one on the Wasatch Front. I’ll post as things develop.
Another thing I want to do is a Crusader Teaghlach Training Day: A training day for Family Members and Close Friends of Crusader Weaponry… Wives, In Laws, Parents, and even Children. Grilling and Gunning at the Range. I’m thinking early summer. Cost of the course will be Meat and Beverages.
It’s been some time since my last article for Concealed Carry Magazine. I’ve been meaning to write one sooner, but to be perfectly honest, most of the new concealable handguns that have been coming out have just not sparked much of an interest in me. I’ve been bored with most of the options out there and no one wanted another Compact 1911 article. Most of this time off I’ve been packing SIG C3’s and 229’s and all year I’ve been packing a G23-RTF2 and that has all been from Mark Walter’s bad
influence on me.