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Old 04-08-2013, 11:35 PM
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Default the Obregón pistol

Can anyone tell me how good this gun is? I've heard that it's not bad, as 1911 knock-offs go.
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Old 04-08-2013, 11:45 PM
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My grandfather ended up with a bunch when he used to buy and sell guns, and he told me that they were fairly decent 1911's as well as that the original magazines that came with them were junk
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My grandfather ended up with a bunch when he used to buy and sell guns, and he told me that they were fairly decent 1911's as well as that the original magazines that came with them were junk
Do you know if they can be modified to accept Colt 1911 magazines?
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Old 04-09-2013, 04:16 AM
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It's an incredibly difficult and time consuming task that should only be attempted by a master gunsmith.



Let me walk you through it, step by step

1. Acquire Obregon
2. Press magazine release
3. Remove magazine
4. Pick up 1911 magazine
5. Put 1911 magazine into Obregon
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http://www.forgottenweapons.com/other-handguns/obregon/
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It's an incredibly difficult and time consuming task that should only be attempted by a master gunsmith.



Let me walk you through it, step by step

1. Acquire Obregon
2. Press magazine release
3. Remove magazine
4. Pick up 1911 magazine
5. Put 1911 magazine into Obregon
Not gonna lie, I laughed.
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