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Old 08-20-2011, 04:26 AM   #11
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It actually looks to be in very nice shape.

I just googled IAI M6000 and came up with quite a few hits.
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Thanks. I googled the IAI M6000 and all I could really find is posts on it. Couldnt find any good performance reveiws. The same guy has a ruger P90 for the same price as the M6000. Im strongly leaning towards that one. Ive heard nothing but good stuff about the P90.
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IAI M6000

They are shooters with combat accuracy, has a SS (sloppy slide) and are only reliable with ball ammo. I wouldn't pay much more than $300 for what would be a range lizard.

Israel Arms International Inc. marketed three M-1911 pistols. These models were:

M5000
A Government length M-1911 pistol based on a forged steel frame and slide with a blue and satin finish. The slide is grooved across the top. The M5000 comes standard with a competition trigger, hammer and slide stop. It also features wrap around rubber combat style grips. The sights are a low profile fixed three dot configuration.


M6000
Forged slide & frame, 5" stainless steel barrel with beveled feed ramp, extended slide stop, extended safety, beavertail grip safety, extended magazine release, fixed sights, combat style hammer, rubber grips, beveled magazine well, light weight steel trigger, non-glare ribbed surface on top of slide, one 7rds magazine, and hard carrying case with a lock. Finish: blue or 2-tone.


M7000
Double Stack - Forged slide & frame, 5" stainless steel barrel with beveled feed ramp, extended slide stop, extended safety, beavertail grip safety, extended magazine release, fixed sights, combat style hammer, rubber grips, beveled magazine well, light weight steel trigger, non-glare ribbed surface on top of slide, one 10 rds magazine, and hard carrying case with a lock. Finish: blue or 2-tone.

Israel Arms International: 1996-2002

Israel Arms International incorporated in Houston, Texas in November 1996.

The frames for their 1911 style handguns were imported from the Philippines.
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