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Old 06-14-2012, 08:14 PM   #1
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Lgs has one for $1495.00. Just wanted to get some opinions on it. I am new to 1911's but this one just feels right. It's probably a little pricy for entry level. But I'd rather pay a little more if I'm getting better quality.
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:25 PM   #2
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IMO, It is better to purchase one for a lifetime than to purchase 100 that don't quite "feel right".
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That's what I'm thinking to. I will have to go over budget. But that's happened before. Probably have a little explaining to do at home.
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At first, I thought $1495?? Then I looked, and that seems right in the normal range (I don't remember them running that much). I agree with the "get what you want the first time" sentiment.
Fair warning, You can't stop at just one.
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Yeh all in the case seem to beckon me. This one just seemed to stand out.
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It's a middle of the road price. Great guns though. SA has real good CS so I say go for it.
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I'm going to stop back in tomorrow. I'm in Maryland so it will take 10 days. Sucks
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I own a SA MC Operator and have a Professional on order ($2400.00). That's the civilian version of the FBI SRT/HRT sidearm. Only difference between the two is the serial number. Comes straight out of the custom shop. I love my springer! I don't go anywhere without it. And, yeah, overkill is spot on, once you start... 1911's are addicting.
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I believe the correct term for the affliction is "nineteenelevenitis"
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I think I've caught it and haven't got one yet.
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