More heavy bullet slinging with the Ed Brown Special Forces 1911. Whether you are a 1911 fan or not, you'd have to enjoy shooting a good-feeling 1911 with a great trigger, such as this little gem.
Thanks to Federal Premium Ammunition for supplying food for this baby: http://www.federalpremium.com/
Thanks again to Ed Brown for sending this T&E gun: http://www.edbrown.com/
By the way, after this video and before I requested a return shipping tag, I asked what MY price would be on this "used" gun. I mean, after all the rounds I put through it, it couldn't be worth much, right? :-) Well, long story short, the "used' price was attractive enough that I decided to move a couple of other pistols so that I could purchase the Ed Brown. I didn't want to be that guy I sometimes talk about who says he cannot afford those "expensive" Glocks, Springfields, Wathers, S&Ws, Rugers, etc., yet he has ten Tauruses and Hi Points in his closet. :-)
Please refrain from discussing personality issues, especially the personality of someone you have not even met personally. Also, fortunately, there's nobody who will force any of us to pay two or three thousand bucks for a firearm. Just because some of us would not do it does not mean that those who do it are "stupid." Let's be nice, and at least semi-mature. :-)
Again, sorry, but this is not a public blog on personality differences; it's a review of a really nice 1911. If you thrive on the drama of people's personalities, go ahead and delve into some of the "less-than-friendly" personalities at ALL gun companies. Maybe there's a blog or YouTube channel somewhere that relies on drama and personality attacks where it could all be posted. Meanwhile, we'll be focused on cool firearms here. :-)