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Good find at the show...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by crankshop1000, Sep 15, 2007.

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  1. crankshop1000

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    A mint Springfield 1911 PX 9707L Loaded hi-capacity. In the original box with 3 mags, 50 rounds through it.$400 out the door!!!The original owner didn't like the wide grips. I'm happy!!
     
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    Sounds like a good find, how about posting some pics?
     
  3. wally

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    Hope its not a Jam-o-matic like my SA Micro P12 clone was. Issue is/was the magazines. The OEM mags that came with the gun appeared to be ProMag, genuine Para mags weren't much better :( Wolf extra power "custom fit" springs got it reasonably reliable, but I'd not carry it unless I had no other choice. YMMV.

    --wally
     
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    First attempt at posting pic.
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    Cool... that worked.My gun show PX9707L. I have not shot it yet,I found a buggered up recoil spring during the inspection/cleaning. Otherwise in unmolested condition. Chuck.
     
  5. wally

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    That appears to be a full sized. If you have problems or just want spare mags, I'd give the ACT P14 mags from www.cdnnsports.com a try. Hold 14 rounds and so far mine have worked 100% out of the box which is something very very few of my genuine Para mags have done.

    I like the Hogue "finger groove" rubber grips. Makes the fat grip feel better to me. They are under $15 if you shop reasonably so its not expensive to try them if you are not happy with the stock grips after shooting it.

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