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Discussion in 'SIG Sauer Forum' started by Mark F, Jul 28, 2014.
I saw this Sig 1911 TTT and I had to bring it home with me:
I love it!
Smooth lookin bi-tone!
looks like a great target gun!
Congrats....Man, that had to cost...BUt what price do you put on quality
Happy Shooting !
Congrats, very nice pistol
Thanks Ya'll. I'm looking forward to popping a few hundred rounds through it.
Very nice, indeed!
You will enjoy!
Clean, admire, shoot, repeat.....
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Very nice. Congrats on the new family member!
Congrats!! Beautiful weapon!
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Very Very Nice! Let us know how it shoots and send us some range report pictures.
Looking forward to hearing from you. I have a SIG 1911-22 and I can not belive how it feels, functions and also how accurate it is! So I would not expect anything different with your new Sig 1911 45 Pistol. Here is my Sig 1911-22 Target at 15 yards.
That again is one fine looking piece!
I certainly will!
Love it, what did it cost you?
$850.00 out the door.
UPGRADES in Progress
My new Sig TTT is under going some minor upgrades:
(1) Super-Polished feed ramp
(2) Wilson Combat Magwell
(3) Polished match-grade barrel
(4) Hogue finger-groove grip
(5) Extended drop-free mag release
More to come:
(1) Ordered Wilson Combat Ambi Safety
(2) Ordered Leupold 1911 base for DeltaPoint RD Sight
(3) Ordered Wilson Combat Match grade 8 round Mags
This is going to be one fine shooting machine!
Got to the Range yesterday.
Well, I put 300 rounds through my new baby yesterday. I used cheap 230 grain ball ammo, 185 grain JHP, and finally 185 grain Hornady Critical Defense. Not a single issue occurred. I kept tight groups at 15 ft. 30 ft. and 45 ft. typically around 2" to 3". I let several people shoot it, and everyone was impressed with the accuracy & reliability. It's a keeper!