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Info on the new Taurus 1911's?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by PlayboyPenguin, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. Anyone have any info on the new Taurus 1911's coming out? Like when they will be available, etc?
  2. The Burnside Ninja

    The Burnside Ninja New Member

    Thanks for taking my suggestion. Did you see my reply on my original page?
  3. KI4LIV

    KI4LIV New Member


    The blue PT1911 is actually out, on shelves.. Expect to pay $450 to $500, maybe less if you catch one at the gun show.

    The stainless model - which I personally am waiting for - is due out before the end of the year. Thats the most I can tell ya.
  4. Shootcraps

    Shootcraps New Member

    I just bought a blued one for $529. A bit more than I wanted to pay, but it was the only one in town. Nobody at the show had one either. Put 150 round through it without a hitch. The gun feels really good too. Fit and finish are very good. Love it.

    Can't wait to get a CCO model. THAT will be the shiznet. :evil:
  5. I am waiting for the stainless one also. I am debating wether to wait for this one or go ahead and get the .40 one they have out already. I already have a 1911 Kimber in .45 so the Taurus PT940 might be a good option to have something different.
  6. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

    Just last week, I sold two new Taurus PT-1911's (blue steel) for $459.88 NIB.
    Looks like Taurus may have put their best foot forward on the 1911 project;
    as these guns looked rather nice. I didn't field strip either of 'em, as time did
    not allow for such; customer's where standing in line waiting too see this new
    baby from Taurus~!:D :uhoh: Havent seen a stainless version, yet.:scrutiny:
  7. rbernie

    rbernie Active Member

    I like 'em in general. I'd inspect it very carefully, tho, before buying one. The one I looked at (yes, a sampling rate of one) :) had some fitment issues that would cause all sorts of feed issues with HP ammo. Specifically, the frame had been cut back/polished below the barrel ramp too deeply and the barrel actually overhung the ramp by a good 1/16".

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