A question on the "reliability" of a mil-spec 1911 Gov't. I've heard certain brand owners knock any 1911, "You'll be lucky if you get one round off", and others saying "It'll run forever if you clean it.", and everything in between. I know *the* original 1911 Gov't was made to run with 230 ball ammunition, .45 caliber. It made 6000 rounds with no hiccups. I've personally shot several 1911 Gov't's that had fouling coming out of every orifice on the pistol. So filthy the slide wouldn't lock back, so filthy you had to force a magazine in (I stopped after that). Is the the norm, or an exception ? Is a modern production "milspec" Gov't (say, Colt's Classic line) this reliable ?