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Old 09-15-2010, 02:37 PM   #11
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Why not? They make them in .22lr.

I'd like to have a 1911 in .40, 9mm, and 10mm to go along with my .45.

Great looking STI!!
22lr is acceptable as it is way too much fun to shoot.

9mm are for sissies and GLOCK owners.
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I just picked up one in .45 NIB for 960.00. Great pistol shoots and feels great !! My new favorite .45
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looked at one today that was on sale for 699.00
but it must be an older model. it does not have the "grip" markings the gun in the review does.
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great review !!!!!
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looked at one today that was on sale for 699.00
but it must be an older model. it does not have the "grip" markings the gun in the review does.
That is the STI Spartan that your looking at.
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Hello and thank you for the interesting review. I have had very good luck with STI Trojans and currently own one in .45 ACP and a 6" long slide in 9mm. Both have provided exceptional service. I hope that yours serves you well for years to come.

Best and good shooting.
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I have one in .38 Super with a bull barrel, its one of my favourite 1911's
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