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Seems like the quality of Springfields' 1911's has changed since a year go. Wish my experience was like that of the first post but unfortunately it was more like that of the second one. Waited a year for availability and after taking it out of the box I wondered why I had wasted the time. The finish was fine but the fit was not what I had expected for a $928 dollar gun. The trigger felt cheap and scratchy, the hammer was extremely hard to cock back, the slide action was rough and gritty feeling. After the slide was pulled back and released forward it would repeatedly get jammed up against the end of the recoil spring guide rod. This would cause it to not return to battery and not be in position to fire. This caused the muzzle end of the slide to get all scratched up. The rear site dots were stamped or inserted unevenly and the front site was all scratched up as well. Traded it for a Kimber wihout even having fired a shot. Too bad the quality of Springfields' 1911's is not the same as their XD line of pistos.