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Citadel 1911

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by vikz, Feb 2, 2010.

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  1. vikz

    vikz Member

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    Hello peeps! I saw this 1911 2 days ago in one of the shop and I did some research about it and i decided "I want" one so went to the shop and tried it , the trigger on this thing is a lot better than a springfield that cost almost 2x what the sticker price is, I shot 50 rounds and never had any problems that i read about, evry thing feed fine..anyway here it is with my SR9c too..



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  2. mesinge2

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    Nice buy. Citadel makes a great 1911.

    P.S. how's the SR9 Compact, I've been looking at one?
     
  3. Strahley

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    Nice, I like Citadels. Armscor makes great budget 1911s!
     
  4. Olympus

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    I've always like that officer size. I'd like to find one that size in 9mm though. I've never even shot an officer frame, but I would imagine it would have a noticeably more amount of recoil.

    I'll have to look into those Citadels a little. It looks pretty sharp!
     
  5. Evil One

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    My wife carries a High Standard compact 1911 by Armscor.
    She loves it and shoots it with no recoil issues whatsoever.
    Congrats on the smart purchase.


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  6. bdb benzino

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    I had a High Standard Crusader Compact which is the officer 1911 as well. It was a flawless pistol and was very accurate for having such a short barrel. I think I like the looks of the Citadel a little more, probably the wider cocking serations that does it for me.
    I normally do not like rubber grips, esspecially on 1911's. But the officers frame was the exception to the rule, and I thought that the finger groove Houge's worked great for tameing +P recoil in that model. The rubber does not snag on clothes too bad for CC, I think cause my hand covers the whole grip when drawing!

    Congrats on a great pistol, good luck!
     
  7. Olympus

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    I just bought the same gun. Can't wait to try it out. I'm really impressed with how tight the fit is on this little gun. The finish seems to me a lot better than on the RIA models. I think I'm going to like this thing a lot. I have plans to make it my new carry gun.
     
  8. BlayGlock

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    I have one on the way as well!
     
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