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Discussion in '1911 Forum' started by zombiehunter, Nov 18, 2012.
My friends new baby....
What? No range report? Are you getting the pistol bayonet?
Seriously, it looks good. How does it shoot?
The OP may be limited as he indicates the gun belongs to a friend and not to him. Hopefully the friend let him put some rounds through it though.
That's true Olympus. He stopped by the house yesterday after a trip to the range to show it off and tell me how he liked it, rather loved it.
Prior to this he carried an XD 40 subcompact. He said the recoil is significantly less feeling and the target reacquisition was amazing. Of course I know the the simple fact of the weight alone helps with that but he really has fallen in love with it.
Those trijicon sights on it are beyond any physics I'm familiar with. Truly impressive. He said he had it in the case sealed up for two days and straight from the case to the dark bathroom they looked like mini LED's. I checked it out myself in a semi dim room and they looked like they were powered lights.
Totally sold on the sights, the 1911 was amazing looking and feeling.
Tell your friend, "Welcome to the fraternity of the 1911 and the genius of John Moses Browning!"
Point 1, comparison to the XD 40 subcompact recoil.
His SA XD weighs in at 26ozs. Your friend's gun looks like a Loaded FS MC Operator that weighs in at a whopping 42ozs. The shear physics of the two (even if chambered in the same round) would provide a significant reduction in perceived/actual recoil. Add to this the lighter XD is using the .40 Short & Weak which is a far more snappy round makes this transition to the 1911 a true pleasure.Point 2., the trijicon sights
The Trijicon night sights are fitted with a tritium gas filled lamp that requires no power supply or the need to charge them with (day)light to glow.
Why are you posting pictures and not your friend?
Is he too good for our company or are we too good for him?
I'm not sure why he is not on here. I told him again about this just yesterday. I even gave him an extensive tutorial on the forum. He seemed really interested so maybe soon.
And I just had to share this beaut. I was really excited to be in its presence. Haha!
Thanks for the info cane! And yes you are correct. It's an MC Operator.
So this tritium gas just glows? Without power? Or a light charge? Still goes against any physics I know. I don't remember seeing that on the periodic table. Crazy stuff!
Yes and the Trijicon Night Sights are guaranteed for at least twelve years. (The half-life of tritium [hydrogen-3] is 12.3 years.)
Tritium, symbol T or 3H, also known as hydrogen-3 is a radioactive isotope of hydrogen.
Tritium illumination is the use of gaseous tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen, to create visible light. Tritium emits electrons through beta decay, and when they interact with a phosphor material, fluorescent light is created, a process called radioluminescence. As tritium illumination requires no electrical energy
Mind blowing!! Thanks again. Great info!
Your friends gun is radioactive so don't go anywhere near it. You will get cancer for sure. Had a guy tell me that about a gun of mine. Sheech the left has so sold the dangers of radioactive material it makes me sick. Tell your friend congrats on a nice pistola.
Hopefully he grows an extra limb so he can reload mags while plugg'n bad guys haha!
Make that TWO extra limbs. My dexterity has something to be desired, but there's no way I could load a mag with one hand.
I was thinking more sending bullets from cover one handed for the moment. But yeah that'd be a site to see.