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Old 09-01-2013, 03:58 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Powellwj View Post
The other big advantage I see with the Sig is the ease of field stripping and cleaning! It's just as easy as my full size 1911's, maybe even easier!
Huh?..... if you are referring to the paper clip tool, just forget using it.

My Kimber Ultra 3" is a piece of cake, no busing, no tools, no paper-clip thingy.

It's not required for disassembly. It's not required for assembly.
By rotating the spring to the right clocking it goes together just fine.

But perhaps I misunderstand your 'ease of ..stripping and cleaning'
Please elaborate. I must be missing something.

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