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Old 10-18-2012, 02:47 AM   #1
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I bought the Sig TacOps 45 Threaded but I want to buy a skeleton trigger like the normal TacOps 45... I haven't received it yet but I'm assuming they haven't upgraded the trigger and want to find one but I haven't been able to. Suggestions? I also want a barrel that's not threaded like the one shown in the normal one listed above (love that bevel), is there a Sig parts store I'm not aware of? Lastly I want some quality 1911 mags for it... I've heard the factory ones aren't that great. Thanks.

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Can't opine on a SIG store I will subscribe to this tread and see if someone knows of one. But what I can opine on are the SIG 1911 mags. They are actually quite good. I shot my SIG 1911 for the first time this week. I was naturally impressed, but so was a friend I was shorting with. Commented on the quality of the mags as well. And he was shooting his Wilson Combat 1911. So I'll take that as a confirmation of my thought that the mags are very good quality.

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Finding a decent trigger shouldn't be a big deal. Same with the barrel. Order a bushing & link too.
They will require some degree of fitting. You would be well served talking to a smith who is familiar with 1911s before you get into the barrel swap. A barrel swap, done correctly, is no small thing.

Worth a look as well: http://www.amazon.com/The-Colt-45-automatic-manual/dp/B0006EVYAU

Brownells is where I'd start. Wilson Combat and Ed brown sell parts as well. There's no lack of sources for 1911 parts, google away.

http://www.brownells.com/handgun-parts/trigger-group-parts/index.htm?avs%7CMake_3=1911&psize=48&r_o=8&avs%7CS pecial%20Filters_1=In%20Stock
http://www.brownells.com/handgun-parts/barrel-parts/index.htm?avs%7CMake_3=1911&psize=48&r_o=8&avs%7CS pecial%20Filters_1=In%20Stock

Mags? Wilsons work great for me. Tripp Research are reputedly even better.

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I'm confused. Why buy the threaded barrel model if you didn't want a threaded barrel? Pretty sure you paid extra for that! And now you're wanting to spend more for a non-threaded barrel?

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Fact. Threaded barrel is 75$ more. What you should have bought :

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As for the trigger... http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B008BOYLBG/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1350749760&sr=8-4&pi=SL75 enjoy

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I'm confused. Why buy the threaded barrel model if you didn't want a threaded barrel? Pretty sure you paid extra for that! And now you're wanting to spend more for a non-threaded barrel?
oh no, i want the threaded barrel but it would be nice to have a non threaded as well just as an option.
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Fact. Threaded barrel is 75$ more. What you should have bought :

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As for the trigger... http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B008BOYLBG/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1350749760&sr=8-4&pi=SL75 enjoy
no, i should've bought the one i want which is what i did that's nice though.

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^^^^ Needs an Osprey suppressor to be complete.

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^^^^ Needs an Osprey suppressor to be complete.
it's getting one
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^^^^ Needs an Osprey suppressor to be complete.
and a laser/light when i can find one i like
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