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Old 10-02-2010, 05:19 AM   #11
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B-E-A-utiful!
damn that's a slick looking gun.
with those sights you should be hitting 3-5" groups at 50 yards in the dark!

How many rounds does it hold? Single stack? (I don't know anything about 9mm 1911s)

I have to say, i'm a bit jealous.
It's a single stck. More on the Trojan 1911 9mm

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Congrats!

I have one in .38 Super with a bull barrel, one of my favourite 1911's.

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9-sweet-single-stacked-9mm-rounds!

That has numerous features that my Kimber Customer II doesn't have. =(

When making your decision to go with a 9x19mm gun... You chose that gun
over these fine weapons:

  • Browning high-power
  • Beretta 92
  • Glock 17
  • CZ-75
Those are classic guns built around the 9mm.

I ask because I was SERIOUSLY considering a 9mm platform and didn't think
to consider a 1911 in 9. (I buy guns by choosing the caliber first... I must be
weird.)
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9-sweet-single-stacked-9mm-rounds!

That has numerous features that my Kimber Customer II doesn't have. =(

When making your decision to go with a 9x19mm gun... You chose that gun
over these fine weapons:
  • Browning high-power
  • Beretta 92
  • Glock 17
  • CZ-75
Those are classic guns built around the 9mm.

I ask because I was SERIOUSLY considering a 9mm platform and didn't think
to consider a 1911 in 9. (I buy guns by choosing the caliber first... I must be
weird.)
I use mine for competitions. Nothing like shooting a 9mm with a 130PF out of a all steel gun. Feels like a .22
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Too bad a nice pistol comes with poor magazines. Kinda make ya wonder doesn't it?

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Too bad a nice pistol comes with poor magazines. Kinda make ya wonder doesn't it?
What do you mean? They come with a metalform mag. One of the best mags made for a 9mm 1911. To bad they are $48 bucks though.
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