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Old 06-14-2012, 07:26 PM   #1
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I have an Armscor made Taylor's 1911style .45 and I was wanting to trade for a .22 cal 1911 style pistol. How are the Sig, GSG or whatever other brands? Which should be a good shooter?
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:23 PM   #2
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Somehow, I can't help but think that you are coming out on the short end of the deal.
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Somehow, I can't help but think that you are coming out on the short end of the deal.
Unless there's boot comin his way
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I have an Armscor made Taylor's 1911style .45 and I was wanting to trade for a .22 cal 1911 style pistol. How are the Sig, GSG or whatever other brands? Which should be a good shooter?
I agree with that you might be coming out on the short end depending on the deal you strike. I will tell you I love my GSG and my friend loves her SIG. I had some work done from cwaccessories.com with mine it shoots very very well.
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I just want something that's a little cheaper to shoot...I was looking at the sig honestly. What is this Umarex company that's selling Colts? Or am I confused?
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Umarex produces some models that are sold as Colt.

http://www.umarexusa.com/pages/aboutumarex.aspx

http://umarexarms.com/
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Umarex produces some models that are sold as Colt.

http://www.umarexusa.com/pages/aboutumarex.aspx

http://umarexarms.com/
So they are manufactured by Umarex but sold as colt reproductions? And what about a .22 that isn't dedicated?
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I have no idea what you .45 is worth, But you should easily be able to pick up a .22lr for around $200 and keep your .45
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I have no idea what you .45 is worth, But you should easily be able to pick up a .22lr for around $200 and keep your .45
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This is what I would prefer, but I don't have an extra $200 atm. I just started looking so I'll see what I can find.
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IMO, it would be a poor trade unless there was some sizeable money to boot on it the offer. there is no way i would trade one of my 45's for a 22.
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