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BUL M-5 ULTRA X => 26oz. Officer-size 1911 .45acp-10-shot

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 357-8-times, Sep 7, 2008.

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  1. 357-8-times

    357-8-times Member

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    Anyone ever see one of these polymer framed 1911?

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    Looks very cool to me; BUL also makes a competition 1911 with a compensated barrel and a recoil spring that extends beyond the barrel so the slide is relief cut to accommodate, very unique looking.

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    One more I found from them, this one is out of this world!
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  2. Nero_Atrum

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    Ive never seen that before. But I have heard of Bul I think they are Israeli.
     
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    I have the 4" Commander length that shoots like a dream, 12 rd. magazines, accurate as can be.......I have pix but no ability to post them, if someone will post it for me, my address is wgdiii AT charter DOT com
    thanks, love my Bul !!!
     
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    okay,
    here it is
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    I've the Kimber BP Ultra Ten which is a slightly different version of the frame and a Kimber slide.

    I had the same problems as I've had with any .45 using Para Ordnance mag tubes (catch location is different, as is the mag bottom) but once I got good mags and stronger magazine springs it works well as long as it and the mags are kept clean.

    Very accurate. I've shot my CHL qualifier with it the past two times.

    --wally.
     
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    Is it as chunky as other double stack 1911's? For some reason, a big fat grip on a 1911 ruins it for me.
     
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    to me, a personal view, it is not nearly as oversize as the other two double stacks I have shot.....Glock and Para......simply because the walls of the frame ar thinner on the one, and there are no grip panels as on the other - I know, I am confusing, but the Bul is not too large and shoots like an absolute dream.....I am VERY glad to hear Daly is importing them again, and have my order in for a full-size....(by the way, mine has NEVER hesitated to feed/fire/extract anything I put into it)
     
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