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SDS 1911A1 .45 ACP 5 7RD Black Reviews

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35 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.9 of 5 Stars!
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by David P Thursday 01 October, 2020
Good 1911 Mil spec 45acp 70 series firing system. The finish is close to grey ok with me. Ran perfect at the range no problem. Great service from Buds also.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Gregory N Saturday 26 September, 2020
I purchased this pistol in June 2020 through Buds Gun Shop primarily because I wanted a 1911 that was based the Colt 1911A1 that was issued to the US military during WWII. I received the pistol in less than 10 days picking it up at a local FFL holder. I was extremely satisfied with the FFL transferee and especially pleased with the pistol in the box. I had previously owned three 1911 pistols, and except for the printing on the sides of the frame and slide this TISAS pistol manufactured in Turkey is as near as I can tell exactly like my previous 1911\\\'s. \r\n\r\nI know the original GI issued 1911\\\'s came with \\\"plastic\\\" grips, but the 1911 deserves a set of dark stained walnut grips with \\\"diamonds\\\" around the screw holes, so that\\\'s the first modification I made. I took the gun to the range and fired 50 rounds through it. As everyone learns who has fired the \\\"original\\\" mil spec 1911, you are going to experience \\\"hammer bite\\\" on the web of your shooting hand. If you were trained to shoot the 1911 you were probably shown how to grip the 1911 to avoid hammer bite, otherwise expect to be bruised, receive a blister and/or a cut. If you grip the pistol low enough you can avoid the hammer on recoil, but your accuracy and self confidence will likely suffer. That\\\'s the only criticism I have of this gun, but it is not the fault of the manufacturer. That\\\'s apparently inherent with the mil spec pistol. I did some filing on the underside of the grip safety\\\'s \\\"bobtail\\\" and found I was still blistered and bruised. Now we know why the more modern versions of the 1911 come with \\\"beaver tail\\\" grip safeties. I wanted my 1911 to look authentic, but wanted to shoot my 1911 as accurately and painlessly as possible. So I searched the internet. I found it\\\'s necessary to exchange the hammer and the grip safety to resolve the matter. There are several online forums that are entirely devoted to the 1911, so I began to read about the solutions. I found several references to companies that sell replacement hammers and grip safeties with beavertails. All appear to require recontouring the area of the frame where the grip safety hinges on the frame. I chose a blued beavertail grip safety and hammer made by Chip McCormick Custom out of Bogata, TX. They were very helpful to deal with and my parts arrived vey quickly. There are a couple of videos on YouTube that explain and show how to make the switch on your 1911, but if you aren\\\'t mechanically inclined or don\\\'t have the right tools take the parts and your gun to a qualified gunsmith. I was able to do my own and touched up the areas where I recontoured the tang on the frame to fit the new grip safety with some cold blueing. Much to my surprise and with some adjustments to the grip safety trigger stop I had a 1911 that was mostly like the mil spec pistol I wanted and a comfortable, accurate shooter. I really like this TISAS 1911 and recommend it especially for those who don\\\'t want to or can\\\'t spend a small fortune on a custom 1911. All in, my 1911 cost me less than $500.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by John A Sunday 26 July, 2020
This is my first 1911 model .45 so I don’t have anything g to compare it to, however being my 10th handgun I can say it is well made with tight machining and a nice simple finish. It fires nicely but has a stiff trigger pull. Overall very happy with it, especially for the price, great purchase.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Don R Wednesday 15 July, 2020
This is a strong reliable gun just like my first colt series 80. It takes all mage and is dead on right out of the box. \r\nThanks Buds Guns for a Fine weapon and lickety split shipping.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Gary C Monday 13 July, 2020
For the price, the overall quality is more than acceptable. For a replica, I would have loved a smooth, blued-finish like an original, but the coated finish is nice. Was slightly disappointed to find the grips are rather cheap plastic.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Albert T Thursday 02 July, 2020
Bought a pair of these to outfit my Castor Troy style Nevada Gun Leather \\\"Double S.O.B. Holster\\\". Only two modifications were made: new grips featuring a coyote brown colour and a laser-cut spartan helmet, and new grip safeties having a longer tang to prevent hammer bite. The guns have successive serial numbers, a quality parkerized finish, and shoot to point of aim at 7 yards. As the pistols were purchased for CCW, their accuracy is more than acceptable, and I am very happy with my purchase!.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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