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Sig Sauer 1911R-45-SSS 1911 Railed Stainless 8RD 45acp 5"
[1911R45SSS]
$1,012.00
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by John G Wednesday 05 December, 2012
Bought this pistol a couple weeks ago. Buds was great and pistol was shipped to my FFL within a few days. I went to the range the very next day and was surprised how accurate this gun shoots. I fired a S&W 9mm and a Glock 357 the same day and was amazed how much accurate, smoother and comfortable this 1911 is compared to the others. Absolutely no problems at all and can't wait to hit the range again. If ammo was cheaper, I'd go everyday. Love this gun! I field stripped the gun for the first time and and it's not too bad. I would recommend watching some youtube videos first if not familiar with 1911 field stripping. I plan to buy another Sig Sauer in the near future. Probably something smaller for carry. Awesome gun!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Gregory Y Sunday 06 January, 2008
Light trigger, tactical light rail, match barrel, night sights, 8 round mag...add up to a great 1911. Picked one up, put over 100 rounds through it on the first day, only had one stovepipe due to a faulty clip. No worries after changing the mag. Suggest changing the stock wood grips to some kind of G-10 combat grips though, have to watch that the front/backstraps are checkered, I got the older one without and it's a little slippery. Add an extended mag release button and a mag well chute (see Wilson Combat), a TLR-1, and you're GOOD TO GO!!! Only problem is, SIG did the slide shape a bit less rounded off than a standard 1911 clone, so you have to modify the Blackhawk Serpa holster and remove the retaining screw completely so it slides out more easily. This is my "backup Wilson Tactical" if that's any hint as to how good this pistol is once certain changes are made.

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