Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Day 4 - A Day of Excursions

Our day started out with a hearty breakfast at our favorite restaurant, Myrtie Mays. We made our second trip to Wilson Combat just outside of Metalton, on CR 719, to finalize our selection of custom Supergrade Tactical .45ACP work of art firearms.  The journey to the destination was a plethora of, rolling hills, gurgling brooks, old barns, and sanguine cattle.  Picture of the barn is on CR 719 one-half mile from their facility.

Bob's dream pistol has a black carbon steel slide with "Armor-Tuff" finish, flush cut bull barrel with a reverse crown.  He selected the stainless steel frame with Double-Diamond Cocobola South American wood grips. Tritium night sights and a stainless steel precision cut trigger put the finishing touches on this magnificent pistol.  Barry's bespoke pistol was the same fine selection with the exception of  a black carbon steel slide and frame with the "Armor Tuff" finish, and full checkered burly Cocobola grips. The artisans have begun the manufacturing process and we are excited about our return trip in October to take delivery of the commissioned firearms.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, talk about a multi-purpose trip. Checking on team , touring, and ordering custom made pistols. What a combination. Am sure you both duly impressed with the factory you selected to produce your special pistols. Surprised at long lead time involved, must have a long wating list. You guys will have your own armory. Will be something to see. I'll Google the Co too. Hope you will bring some of their catalogs for the rest of us to see.

    We enjoying pretty weather so far this week. Need to wash car again. Did up yards today, after visit to cancer center.

    Enjoying reading all you are sending.

    Have good night.