Picked it up yesterday after work and it's a heavy beast for sure, weighs about as much as my long slide. Bud's had it listed as a 90% gun and it's at least that. There are a few scuffs and a tad of holster wear but the internals are pristine. Based on the barrel "smiley", I doubt that more than a few hundred rounds have been through it. When I got home from the gun store, a package from CDNN was on the porch containing the 3rd mag I bought as well as the Kydex paddle holster and mag carrier. I now have all I need to use this one at the next pin match if I decide to go this route...
Took this one to the range Friday afternoon along with the 3" SP101. Put a box of FMJ through it as well as 25 rounds of JHP. It performed flawlessly, as I expected, and was a joy to shoot. It's a heavy beast and it felt like I was shooting a 9mm. Didn't have any problems hitting what I aimed at and I shot it near as well as I shoot my 1911s...
Nice pistol! I like it! I only have the standard 220. Years ago I had a Browning 45 with what is called a European Magazine Release. You may have guessed it! (It was the Browning Model 220 by Sig) Back then as I understand it was made for Browning. Later Sig produced it for themselves as the Sig 220 45 cal. pistol. Kind of like most people may not know the Browning BDA 380 Pistol was made by Beretta! And when Beretta wanted to make their own 380 they could not use the down and up De-cock lever because Browning had rights to it. They had to use an Up and Down De-cock lever. I always thought that it (380) was weird to have it operate up then down and the the Beretta 92-M-9 and 96 pistols operate down and up. And then I found out why! "Browning"
Nice. Now all ya need are some stainless allen head grip screws.
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