I have to say that after I bought a Sigma I sold my Glock. I did actually once before I sold the Glock 19 that after cleaning them both I put the Sigma's slide on the Glocks frame by accident and it fit. The Sigma was a 40VE. That kind of freaked me out. If I was looking at that type of weapon again I';d take a Sigma over a Glock.
But back to topic...1911's just don't need a poly frame. Johnny B is spinning in his grave.
As for the M-5, its a straight rip-off from the Bul M-5 that an Israeli company in the 1990s tried. I read about this from a website a little while back so it was kind of odd to see this thread just after seeing the original M-5.
It's not a rip-off, it's the actual Bul M-5, imported and given a CD rollmark.
Originally Posted by canebrake
"If innocent life doesn't immediately depend on it, don't shoot. And if it does, don't miss!"
Ruger Mk III Competition .22 LR, S&W M&P Pro Series 9mm
I have a kimber ten II that is polymer frame and I think it shoots great. I have used it for years in steel shooting competitions . The kimber I have came with thirteen round mag which makes it even nicer for shooting steel.As far as I know KImber has been making polymer framed 1911's for years now.