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Hey, I think I see mine in the family photo!! Big Grin

I think we need to hold annual family reunions!!


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Colt Delta Elite - DW 1911 Commander 10mm - H&K USP .45 - H&K USPc .45
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Flork has already left and moved on to work at Apex with Randy in CA. It's all Bruce, Torie and Roy now.

No wonder I haven't gotten a reply to my Email. Confused I think I'll call next week to make sure I get my message through. Thanks for posting this info.
 
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Bruce, congratulations on completion of first round! Next "runs" should be a little less agonizing! What looks like Nitron Elite's must have your black coating?


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Flork has already left and moved on to work at Apex with Randy in CA. It's all Bruce, Torie and Roy now.

No wonder I haven't gotten a reply to my Email. Confused I think I'll call next week to make sure I get my message through. Thanks for posting this info.


Don't forget Andrea, our office manager, Jim, our new generalist, and PiPi, my poodle and communications director.

Seriously though, please feel free to call at 541-468-3840. As an expedient, all emails from our website contact form have been routed through scott@grayguns.com, and I'm still wading through and sorting the large backlogged volume of messages we've recieved lately along with triaging Scott's previous communications. I'm certain to get to yours this weekend, but call me anyway. Thanks!

And thanks for the positive comments on these 10mm's. I've been detailing and reworking things to get them ready to go, and I'm packing them now.

-Bruce




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Visit us at http://opspectraining.com/product-cat/videos/ to order yours, and Thank You for making GGI the leader in custom SIG and HK pistolsmithing and high-grade components.

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Howdy! it's a great day. here's the official family snapshot of the first 10mm run. Mags and mag releases are fitted and all of your 10mm's are going out now. Your long wait is over. Here they are!



A few are not in this image. I'm reworking two for some inadvertant cosmetic issues, and two have been delivered.

-Bruce


Bruce,

Looks awesome! ! !

I think I see mine it's either the furthest or second furthest from the right on the top row. Big Grin

After speaking with you, briefly a couple of weeks ago, I'm sure that you're glad to get out from under this project. And taking the opportunity to bask in the forthcoming praise of satisfied and happy gun lunatics who's friends and acquaintances at gun ranges are seized with envy at our bigger, badder noise-makers! Big Grin Big Grin


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I'm excited. I can't tell which one is mine, though; it would be one of the black beaver-tailed ones (unless it's one of the few not in the group photo).



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Why does this remind me of the guys standing around the hospital nursery windows with a pocket full of cigars (can you still do that)?

I couldn't pick mine out then, either. Big Grin


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Why does this remind me of the guys standing around the hospital nursery windows with a pocket full of cigars (can you still do that)?

I couldn't pick mine out then, either. Big Grin


Yeah, you can still do that, but you light them at your own peril.

After two years, this pregnacy appears to be over...you'll have to forgive our relieved anxiety. And what will seem to everyone else, as an interminable parade of "I'm so freakin' happy with my new GGI 10mm Kitty Killer!" posts - with photo's of course - that's going to become de rigueur around these parts.... Big Grin


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I'm excited. I can't tell which one is mine, though; it would be one of the black beaver-tailed ones (unless it's one of the few not in the group photo).


The tell-tale for me is the Black Elite w/out the mag-well...and even then, for all I know mine might be one of those that's having a little cosmetic work done to it.


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I'm excited. I can't tell which one is mine, though; it would be one of the black beaver-tailed ones (unless it's one of the few not in the group photo).


The tell-tale for me is the Black Elite w/out the mag-well...and even then, for all I know mine might be one of those that's having a little cosmetic work done to it.


I'm not sure without checking. As can be expected with a project this big and complex (no two are the same...something about us being a true CUSTOM shop...?), I've had some reworking to do here and there with fixing a scratch on a slide, improving a DA pull, replacing a dinged positioning pin or installing cleaner sights...that sort of thing. We did have one pistol that unfortunately got confused with another from the same supplier and didn't get the Super Black treatment the client asked for, but I think that's the only big omission or error left to correct now. After a couple years of waiting, they better be right!

-Bruce




Designer and custom pistolsmith at Grayguns Inc. Privileged to be R&D consultant to the world's greatest maker of fine firearms: SIG SAUER

Visit us at http://opspectraining.com/product-cat/videos/ to order yours, and Thank You for making GGI the leader in custom SIG and HK pistolsmithing and high-grade components.

Bruce Gray, President
Grayguns Inc.
Grayguns.com / 888.585.4729
 
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The guns look amazing! I need to find a 220ST and figure out a way to bribe my way into the 2nd group. Big Grin
 
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Damn! I can't pick mine out, either. So I guess I'll just have to wait until mine arrives.
 
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I think that I can see mine...non-elite, superblack, with magwell. Aw...isn't she cute...time to redecorate the safe.


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Ah, I recognize mine - the two tone at the far right, middle. Now I finally have a custom pistol, and I just had a cutom 6.8 SPC rifle built (AR platform). My God, one would think I actually had money.

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Ah, I recognize mine - the two tone at the far right, middle. Now I finally have a custom pistol, and I just had a cutom 6.8 SPC rifle built (AR platform). My God, one would think I actually had money.

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It maybe just the way it looks in the picture, but they all seem to have the internal extractor which is good for me as my 220ST has an internal and I'm in the second group.

Bruce if I don't hear a reply to my Email, I'll call Friday. Thanks. Smile
 
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Can't wait for the range reports!

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Pretty cool project. I have a Glock 20 and always wished Sig had a 10mm.
 
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I've had no problems with my several personal 220's with internal extractor over many years that I've owned them! However, I am very careful to clean thoroughly, around this area. None of my "internals" were acquired in last 2-3 years which could be a factor?


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Has anyone received theirs yet? Anxious to see the range reports


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