SR1911 is a good bang for your buck 1911. $600 is a decent price. I've really enjoyed mine. Lots a features for the price point, ergonomically...
Thanks for posting WEG. Mine should arrive at my FFL tomorrow. Can't wait to get it to the range.
Plenty of surplus options on gun broker. That's where I got mine.
Congrats. Pocket carry?
L-2 beat me to it. Guncrafter makes some really nice 1911s.
I'm a big Wilson fan. A CQB is on my wish list.
I have an O-PAP. Great rifles. What were they asking for it?
Agreed. I've had good luck with it.
Great little pistol. It's my go-to for pocket carry. Much more comfortable to shoot with the 7-round magazines, but a bit easier to conceal with...
Very nice! Looks like a stainless version of a Guardian. Holy cow, a 2.1 pound trigger! I can only imagine how fun that would be at the range.
Good find. Thanks, alsaqr.
Not sure what some of you guys are reading. OP tried to accommodate biker bum by moving his van off the road, never mind that he wasn't even on...
These guys are local to me. While there are plenty of Operation Chokepoint victims, seems like there's plenty of problems to go around in this...
This. Cost of living in California is ridiculous.
No issues with mine. I've shot plenty of 115gr through it too.
Where's the pics??
No issues with barrel fittament or trigger on mine. Are the tolerances super tight? No, and I wouldn't expect them to be at this price level.
No worries meanmrmustard.
Moreisless, the deals I've seen on the Loaded have been popping up on slickguns from various sellers. I know Bud's has...
You really can't go wrong with any of the popular double stacked, railed pistol options out there. I went with an XDm 4.5 inch with a tlr4. CZ...
I never said it wasn't. I was referring to benzy's comments.
Comparing a SR1911 to a custom 1911 isn't really apples to apples. I've had zero issues with mine. It's a great pistol for the money.
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