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I've been looking at .45's lately, there's not much to choose from in my country. I was going to get a Para Ordnance, but I just found out that a local gun shop is importing Sigs, which hadn't been available here for a while (with a few exceptions). And the price is great compared to my other options ($1200, Paras are $1650, a Glock costs around $1000 just for reference).

Although I'm not in love with the accesory rail thingy, I like everything else about this gun. Would you guys recommend it as my first 1911?

 

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Do you know if it's compatible with most 1911 aftermarket parts? I don't really plan to add anything, but it would be great just in case something breaks.

There's a good armourer at my gun club who can tune the trigger. According to the shop's website, the gun has an adjustable trigger but I'm not sure exactly how it works. Since we're in the middle of the summer holidays in Argentina, the store is going to be closed until the 21st, so I've got lots of time to research the gun.
 

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You think those prices are high? I called the importer and he claims he made a mistake on his website and that 1911 Sigs will cost around $1900.

As a rule of thumb, Argentine gun prices are twice as high as American prices. Even Bersas (which are made half an hour away from my house) are more expensive here than in the US.
 
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