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Old 05-06-2008, 07:50 PM   #11
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Bought mine Friday and fired it today, all I can say is SWEEETT. I paid $529.00 and I can not believe the extra 500 some pay for these other models can buy a better weapon.
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What I opted for, used, was this one.

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Bought mine Friday and fired it today, all I can say is SWEEETT. I paid $529.00 and I can not believe the extra 500 some pay for these other models can buy a better weapon.
Excellent choice. Glad to hear that you are happy with the purchase. I feel that Taurus is turning out one hell of a product right now, and with their lifetime warranty, is definitely one of the best values for the $$ on the market in the 1911 category.

Congratulations on the purchase!

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What I opted for, used, was this one.
Al - That's a double stack isn't it? How is the grip on that? Do you find it easy to work the controls ( safety, mag release ) or is it a bit of a stretch?

I ask because I have the H&K USP and find the controls almost impossible to work safely without changing the angle of the barrel off target.

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