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Sig Sauer 191122B 1911 22LR 5" 10+1 Custom Wood Grip Black F [191122B]
by Dan L
Date Added: Tuesday 01 November, 2011
Wow! This is my new favorite rimfire pistol. I have been giving the falling plate range hell with this thing. Quite accurate and has yet to jam on anything I've fed it. Comes with nice grips, sights and even a adjustable overtravel screw in the trigger. The finish is not very tough and will probably wear off quickly if you don't take care of it but if it ever wears off, it is easily repainted as these are not parkerized or anything. Field stripping requires an allen wrench for one screw on the side of the frame (the only difference between standard 1911 break down and this one). Magazines are crazy expensive so take a tip and buy the GSG magazines (they are at least $10 less a pop) as they are identical less the sig name. The grips (which are different than pictured...check Sig Sauer website for accurate depiction) are worth the extra money over the GSG in my opinion...plus you can deal with Sig Customer Service which has always been excellent when I've dealt with them in the past. The gun is supposedly 80% interchangeable with standard 1911 parts so that solves any issues if you choose to swap out sights or anything.