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One fine 1911 example. Nice finish and fit.
This is a really nice 1911. I shot it for the first time on Thanksgiving day. From 25 feet it keeps 3 inch groups. very smooth trigger.I always bring gun oil to the range with me when I am shooting to make sure the gun is well lubricated. I put 120 rounds of the steel tula ammo(cheap stuff) through it, with no problems. I see alot of negative reviews about jams, feed problems etc, When firing alot of rounds in a new weapon, oil seems to be remedy, but remember that a new gun needs to be broken in. In the manual that comes with the gun, it does say that 500 rounds should be fired through it, before going into service.