STI International Phasing Out Almost all 1911 Models

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STI International Phasing Out Almost all 1911 Models

Postby Pawpaw » Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:22 am

STI International Inc. based in Georgetown, Texas is a world-renowned 1911 manufacturer. They have recently communicated with all of their dealers that they are phasing out all their 1911 series guns (Trojan, Hextac series, H.O.S.T. and Sentinel Premier) except for the DVC Classic model and they will focus strictly on double stack 2011 models.
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Re: STI International Phasing Out Almost all 1911 Models

Postby C-dub » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:48 am

I bet they miraculously find a box with a hundred or so of each of those discontinued models in about 10 years after the prices have skyrocketed.
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Re: STI International Phasing Out Almost all 1911 Models

Postby DevilDawg » Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:06 am

Glad I got my son his 9mm Trojan well ahead of this news, as I can imagine what the retailers are going to do to anyone trying to “get in before the lock” so to speak. I don’t blame them for leaving the overbloated 1911 market as it must be hard to maintain profitability against the 100’s of cheap manufactures out there. They have only a couple of peers to my knowledge in the 2011 game, which will be one of my next buys.

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