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Springfield PI9140LP 1911 Trophy Match 7+1 45ACP 5" Package
[PI9140LP]
$1,069.00
Displaying 1 to 6 (of 11 reviews) Result Pages:  1  2  [Next >>] 
by Nathan M Thursday 24 March, 2016
Fantastic Firearm! I have several hundred rounds thru this with no problems or malfunctions. The fit is very tight, which means it will be as accurate as the shooter. Finish is also very clean. My only complaint is a couple of the parts could have been made slightly better: the hammer, slide release, and ejector seem to be made of some sort of cast metal- that is not to say they will not last, but for such a nice 1911, I would expect to see a little more attention to detail. Aside from that, those are small complaints as this gun is very accurate, and has been 100% reliable. I would have no problem buying this again.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by kenneth h Tuesday 31 March, 2015
buds is 5 stars, fast delivery, the weapon i have some issue's with the main 1 is the trigger pull is about as sensitive as a gate latch, lot's of creap. now i only have 100 rounds thru it, but if metro arms can have a decent trigger pull on a 500$ 1911, their is no reason springfield can't do the same, this is supposed to be a target weapon for pete's sake.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Tom M Saturday 14 March, 2015
I wanted to wait until I had a chance to shoot the gun before posting a review. The gun is a beautiful piece of metal, you can tell the workmanship that went into it. The parts fit very tight, I never had a gun that was so tight. I took it apart oiled and greased the rails and noticed how really tight it is. When I began firing the gun using 230 gr 45 ACP Winchester white box, it took about 75 rounds for the gun to begin shooting really tight groups, I adjusted the rear sight and put another 200 rounds through it. Because the gun is really tight it is really accurate. I wish Springfield would have done a couple things different. The gun has a two piece full length guide rod, you need to use an allen wrench to get it apart. I don't like guns that you need tools to take apart. Some you can't avoid, but the fix for this will be a full length guide rod from Wilson Combat unless somebody can tell me the advantage of the two piece guide rod. The other thing that I wish Springfield would have done was add dots to the sights. I like some contrast in my sights so I will add some white nail polish to the front sight and then use a tooth pick and make a red line. I'm just overly picky this is an excellent weapon.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Tom M Saturday 14 March, 2015
I wanted to wait until I had a chance to shoot the gun before posting a review. The gun is a beautiful piece of metal, you can tell the workmanship that went into it. The parts fit very tight, I never had a gun that was so tight. I took it apart oiled and greased the rails and noticed how really tight it is. When I began firing the gun using 230 gr 45 ACP Winchester white box, it took about 75 rounds for the gun to begin shooting really tight groups, I adjusted the rear sight and put another 200 rounds through it. Because the gun is really tight it is really accurate. I wish Springfield would have done a couple things different. The gun has a two piece full length guide rod, you need to use an allen wrench to get it apart. I don't like guns that you need tools to take apart. Some you can't avoid, but the fix for this will be a full length guide rod from Wilson Combat unless somebody can tell me the advantage of the two piece guide rod. The other thing that I wish Springfield would have done was add dots to the sights. I like some contrast in my sights so I will add some white nail polish to the front sight and then use a tooth pick and make a red line. I'm just overly picky this is an excellent weapon.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Tom M Saturday 14 March, 2015
I wanted to wait until I had a chance to shoot the gun before posting a review. The gun is a beautiful piece of metal, you can tell the workmanship that went into it. The parts fit very tight, I never had a gun that was so tight. I took it apart oiled and greased the rails and noticed how really tight it is. When I began firing the gun using 230 gr 45 ACP Winchester white box, it took about 75 rounds for the gun to begin shooting really tight groups, I adjusted the rear sight and put another 200 rounds through it. Because the gun is really tight it is really accurate. I wish Springfield would have done a couple things different. The gun has a two piece full length guide rod, you need to use an allen wrench to get it apart. I don't like guns that you need tools to take apart. Some you can't avoid, but the fix for this will be a full length guide rod from Wilson Combat unless somebody can tell me the advantage of the two piece guide rod. The other thing that I wish Springfield would have done was add dots to the sights. I like some contrast in my sights so I will add some white nail polish to the front sight and then use a tooth pick and make a red line. I'm just overly picky this is an excellent weapon.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Tom M Saturday 14 March, 2015
I wanted to wait until I had a chance to shoot the gun before posting a review. The gun is a beautiful piece of metal, you can tell the workmanship that went into it. The parts fit very tight, I never had a gun that was so tight. I took it apart oiled and greased the rails and noticed how really tight it is. When I began firing the gun using 230 gr 45 ACP Winchester white box, it took about 75 rounds for the gun to begin shooting really tight groups, I adjusted the rear sight and put another 200 rounds through it. Because the gun is really tight it is really accurate. I wish Springfield would have done a couple things different. The gun has a two piece full length guide rod, you need to use an allen wrench to get it apart. I don't like guns that you need tools to take apart. Some you can't avoid, but the fix for this will be a full length guide rod from Wilson Combat unless somebody can tell me the advantage of the two piece guide rod. The other thing that I wish Springfield would have done was add dots to the sights. I like some contrast in my sights so I will add some white nail polish to the front sight and then use a tooth pick and make a red line. I'm just overly picky this is an excellent weapon.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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