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Old 06-08-2009, 07:06 PM   #11
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JD, you can get an XD45 with 3 safeties as well. Trigger, grip and thrumb safety which I believe was offered for LEO that required a thumb safety.

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JD, you can get an XD45 with 3 safeties as well. Trigger, grip and thrumb safety which I believe was offered for LEO that required a thumb safety.
That is true - however they are over 100 years late to the party, so just because they can copy an idea, and make it plastic, doesn't give them bragging rights.
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JD, I do believe that you could make the case that the 1911 is the best poker player of any handgun ever invented!! ""Which semi-auto has the best singing voice?"


You know, I never thought of such an argument, but 1911 is my final answer.
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That is true - however they are over 100 years late to the party, so just because they can copy an idea, and make it plastic, doesn't give them bragging rights.
Better late then never and in the world of polymer it's the best gun out there right now.

ps. I'm shopping for a 1911 now and trying to convince Mrs. Spittinfire how much it is needed. I may have to sell my 9....
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