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Old 01-28-2012, 09:20 PM   #1
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Been thinking on one for a long time & looked at a Chiappa Citadel Tactical at my locals this mourning - First time i've seen this particular model & decided to give it a try
VERY impressed
Came with THREE mags & a very cool soft range bag with hearing protection, safety glasses, cleaning stuff & a BEER HOLDER built in HAD TO HAVE IT!!
Was VERY VERY impressed when i got home & shot it! Love the set of fiber optics- Put a quick hundred rds thru it useing all 3 mags & NO hic-cups -
The thing is a tack driver, was NOT exspecting that
Anyways for those like me that have been thinking on one to go along with our "real" 1911's I suggest you take a look at one
Oh yeah, HATE the stupid key safety thing but its on all of them i think-
Also the plastic mags but they work---





Real grown up 1911 grips fit too



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Old 01-28-2012, 11:45 PM   #2
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Looks good to me. Enjoy.



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OMG! A beer holder!?!? Geez, I thought I had it good with a bottle opener in my hat, but now they put beer holders in range bags? Awesome!

Hey, nice gun too!

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OMG! A beer holder!?!? Geez, I thought I had it good with a bottle opener in my hat, but now they put beer holders in range bags? Awesome!

Hey, nice gun too!
That sealed the deal Trip
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Very nice brother!

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Very nice brother!
Thanx my friend-
I really like it -
Been concerned one of these "little" 1911's wud be just toy like
Not so Except for weight of course -----
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Went with the Chiappa as well, different model though... Astonished at the accuracy, no FT-anything, this thing is waaay too much fun! I didn't get anything but an extra mag but for the price, I don't seem to care! Congrats Hoss!

...Pretty sweet those wood grips fit it too huh!! Looks great!!

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Went with the Chiappa as well, different model though... Astonished at the accuracy, no FT-anything, this thing is waaay too much fun! I didn't get anything but an extra mag but for the price, I don't seem to care! Congrats Hoss!

...Pretty sweet those wood grips fit it too huh!! Looks great!!
You know when I saw it I tryed to remember who said what about which make of 1911-22 good or bad but of course couldn't so went with my gut & a hope - Glad now I did
The grip fit was a pleasant surprise
I'm kinda a 1911 grip fanatic - I now got 3 1911 type handguns & could dress them all different several times a week
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You know when I saw it I tryed to remember who said what about which make of 1911-22 good or bad but of course couldn't so went with my gut & a hope - Glad now I did
The grip fit was a pleasant surprise
I'm kinda a 1911 grip fanatic - I now got 3 1911 type handguns & could dress them all different several times a week
Yeah, I've seen some of your grip pics here...sweeter 'n yoohoo!! Most of the 1911 .22 hype went to the GSG but I still think we did good!
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Yeah, I've seen some of your grip pics here...sweeter 'n yoohoo!! Most of the 1911 .22 hype went to the GSG but I still think we did good!
Me too
Thanx on the grips- allways lookin


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