The 1911 plunge

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Re: The 1911 plunge


Post by jocat54 » Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:59 pm

WTR wrote:
Beiruty wrote:
Pawpaw wrote:In your price range, don't overlook Rock Island Armory pistols, imported from the Philippines by Armscor.

They're very well made and include a lifetime warranty.
I don't own one but the guys I know that do say good things about them.

:iagree: Have 2 a commander size a full size Tactical model. They both have been flawless and the Tactical is a tack driver (really saying something with me shooting it :mrgreen: )
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Re: The 1911 plunge


Post by Beiruty » Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:13 pm

Tomorrow, we have real steel Challenge at DPC...
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Re: The 1911 plunge


Post by AndyC » Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:37 am

ghostrider wrote:which model was that, Andy?

I put a dovetail front sight on & didn't have that problem (CS model), but it may have originally been staked rather than improperly dovetailed.
Their Tactical 5", but I bought it in 2007 - I don't know if their sight dimensions have changed for the better since then.
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