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Old 01-17-2013, 01:41 AM   #1
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Anyone familiar with these? Would you choose them over any Springfield 1911's? If so, why or why not? I might be trading my usp45 for one. Just asking you guys if its a good trade or not. Thanks. It will be my first 1911 and I know nothing about them.

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Old 01-17-2013, 11:07 AM   #2
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I have both the Para black ops and SA MC Operator 1911 .45's. The Springer is my preferred weapon if I had to choose. But that being said, I love them both! Both shoot great with no reliability issues. My Para is the 8 round version, not the high capacity model. The grips are just too large for my hands on the 14 round Para...

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I do not own either of those, but have shot both, and are good running machines.

The biggest problem with 1911's is they tend to multiply!! At least that's what I tell my wife. Lol

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I do not own either of those, but have shot both, and are good running machines.

The biggest problem with 1911's is they tend to multiply!! At least that's what I tell my wife. Lol
Ain't that the truth!!! Lol
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Yeah I think I'm just gonna hold out for a Springer. I know the company reputation and they r great firearms. Someone will come along wanting a usp soon. And they will have a Springfield willing to trade. Hopefully.

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Yeah I think I'm just gonna hold out for a Springer. I know the company reputation and they r great firearms. Someone will come along wanting a usp soon. And they will have a Springfield willing to trade. Hopefully.
Good luck man!
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I searched for 2 months to find a new MC Operator. They can be hard to find, but worth the wait!

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Anyone familiar with these? Would you choose them over any Springfield 1911's? If so, why or why not? I might be trading my usp45 for one. Just asking you guys if its a good trade or not. Thanks. It will be my first 1911 and I know nothing about them.
I own one. I have 600 rounds through it, fmj, hollows, you name it, not a single issue.
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Good luck man!
Is that supposed to be for real or ignorant???
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Is that supposed to be for real or ignorant???
Meant"good luck, hope you find one"
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