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Old 01-07-2013, 01:30 PM   #21
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The small 1911's can indeed be concealed but you only have a couple options for carrying the small 1911, IWB or OWB. For all that trouble I would just get a full size 1911.
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Some AH has hacked the Armscor (RIA) website and there is malware on it.
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There is not any amount of money that could get me to part with my Sig 1911U 3.3"!
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Here is my Rock Island "Match" version of the 1911. I use it for competition shooting and it is deadly accurate. Now have over 1000 rounds through it and no hangs. I use ARMSCOR ammo.
Most likely you cannot find the match version anymore, But RI is making some great 1911,s. I paid $695 over a year ago.
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The small 1911's can indeed be concealed but you only have a couple options for carrying the small 1911, IWB or OWB. For all that trouble I would just get a full size 1911.
Other than a shoulder holster how are you gonna carry it. I own lots of 1911s but only carry the small ones. Easier to conceal, more comfortable, holsters readily available, what's not to like. Come in .40, .45, and 9mm. I'm 5" 7" tall and the 3" ones conceal way better for me so that is what I carry.
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Anyone try the new Remington r1 carry yet. I understand it is the defender size, but because of shorter barrel length it takes some practice to get to the group you would get with a full size R 1.
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