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Results from my Taurus 1911

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by maconcop, Jul 18, 2008.

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  1. maconcop

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    Shot my Taurus 1911 for the first time last week. I was certainly satisfied with my results. I was shooting unbraced from about ten yards (not much I know but its just a backyard pistol range). I had a couple flyers but it was the shooter not the tool.
    My only complaint is that my front sight screw worked loose, but that's easily fixed.
     

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    thannks for sharing and congrats, i keep hearing great things about the pt1911
     
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    Man, I hate reports like this. If I keep hearing good things like this, it just might drive me to get a PT1911, and then what? I would no longer be able to denigrate the 1911 design! Blasphemy! :p
     
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    Your groups will tighten up as the pistol breaks in a little and you get used to shooting it. I know mine did. And my front sight was slightly loose out of the box too. An Allen wrench cured that for me, and its been great ever since. Enjoy!
     
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    Thanks. Glad to hear from another owner. If the groups will tighten up even more with break in than I will be thoroughly impressed. As soon as I can verify that my front sight is properly set this will become my new off-duty carry gun.
     
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