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Old 08-27-2011, 13:34   #26
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Wonder why they call it the professional package then...???

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Old 08-27-2011, 13:44   #27
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It may be superior, but just bc someone throws a PRO package on a gun, doesn't make it the same thing as a PRO built by SACS, and definitely nowhere near the price either.
What's the difference? Be specific. Not talking about frame codes either.
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Old 08-27-2011, 13:45   #28
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It may be superior, but just bc someone throws a PRO package on a gun, doesn't make it the same thing as a PRO built by SACS, and definitely nowhere near the price either.
You do understand the OP is talking about a professional package built by SACS, right???

A Professional Package built on a Springfield Armory donor is still a custom pistol...if you are talking price for one used, sure...it's not a Professional...it's a Professional Package Springfield Armory 1911 pattern pistol..again...I'll take a Springfield Armory Custom built 1911 pattern pistol over any off the shelf TRP...you think different...no arguments...more for me

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Old 08-27-2011, 15:10   #29
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Old 08-27-2011, 16:12   #30
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He changed his mind already about the Valor so i no longer need any information on it.
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Old 08-27-2011, 16:43   #31
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What's the difference? Be specific. Not talking about frame codes either.
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You do understand the OP is talking about a professional package built by SACS, right???

A Professional Package built on a Springfield Armory donor is still a custom pistol...if you are talking price for one used, sure...it's not a Professional...it's a Professional Package Springfield Armory 1911 pattern pistol..again...I'll take a Springfield Armory Custom built 1911 pattern pistol over any off the shelf TRP...you think different...no arguments...more for me

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I never once said that it wasn't better than a bone stock TRP. The only thing I ever said about the TRP was when some was saying that we were telling him a price lower than what a TRP costs.

The difference is that it isn't an actual pro. It wasn't built from the ground up as a pro, it was modified to be like a pro. I am sure it is just as nice quality and reliability wise, but from a cash value point of view it is different.

That is like saying if you buy a regular stock Camaro Z28 and the take it to a Chevy dealer and have them put on a SS air box, hood, and badges, it is now an SS and not a Z28.
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Old 08-27-2011, 17:25   #32
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The difference is that it isn't an actual pro. It wasn't built from the ground up as a pro, it was modified to be like a pro. I am sure it is just as nice quality and reliability wise, but from a cash value point of view it is different.
Like I said.... be specific. How is the checkering different? Barrel fit? How are the "match components" that are swapped, fit any different? I can go on.....

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That is like saying if you buy a regular stock Camaro Z28 and the take it to a Chevy dealer and have them put on a SS air box, hood, and badges, it is now an SS and not a Z28.
That is incorrect. This is like taking a V6 camaro TO THE FACTORY and swapping out the drivetrain, suspension, etc to equal a Z28 or SS...... and then someone saying it's different because an SS/Z28 comes with a factory sticker.
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Like I said.... be specific. How is the checkering different? Barrel fit? How are the "match components" that are swapped, fit any different? I can go on.....



That is incorrect. This is like taking a V6 camaro TO THE FACTORY and swapping out the drivetrain, suspension, etc to equal a Z28 or SS...... and then someone saying it's different because an SS/Z28 comes with a factory sticker.
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Old 08-27-2011, 19:53   #34
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Like I said.... be specific. How is the checkering different? Barrel fit? How are the "match components" that are swapped, fit any different? I can go on.....



That is incorrect. This is like taking a V6 camaro TO THE FACTORY and swapping out the drivetrain, suspension, etc to equal a Z28 or SS...... and then someone saying it's different because an SS/Z28 comes with a factory sticker.
6 to 1 half a dozen to the other... It still wouldn't be an SS for resale purpose, just like it isn't a pro for resale purposes. As I said several times, I am not debating the quality of the weapon, just the cash value difference.

It is like taking a non turbo 911 having a Porsche dealership put a turbo kit, front mount, etc. on it, then turning around trying to say is a factory turbo 911.

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Old 08-27-2011, 20:26   #35
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It is like taking a non turbo 911 having a Porsche dealership put a turbo kit, front mount, etc. on it, then turning around trying to say is a factory turbo 911.
Far from actually, as a dealership doesn't equal the factory install. Here the same exact people are doing the work.

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I am not debating the quality of the weapon, just the cash value difference.
Right, and I said that only matters to those that are "collectors." When the gun comes from the same shop with nearly the same work done to it, it shouldn't negate more than half it's value.
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Far from actually, as a dealership doesn't equal the factory install. Here the same exact people are doing the work.



Right, and I said that only matters to those that are "collectors." When the gun comes from the same shop with nearly the same work done to it, it shouldn't negate more than half it's value.

I meant to put factory in there, but never edited but you see the point I am trying to make.

As for the price, since it isn't an actual PRO build, I think the price is up to the person buying it. I personally probably wouldn't pay half price for a "clone" gun.

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it's a clone if YOU build it from parts...when SACS builds the Professional Package from the same parts they would use for the Professional...it's a Professional Package pistol...much more than a "clone"...

every gun is only worth what you'd pay for it...I just think that a Professional Package Springfield Armory pistol is worth more than ANY of the pistols in the $1000 range...some agree with me, some don't...that's why we have Ford AND Chevy...:D

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Old 08-28-2011, 06:18   #38
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IME, a built 1911 is worth whatever someone will pay for it.

Expect to lose about $1K on a gun that was custom built.

About $6-800 on a cookie cutter gun (Baer, Brown etc...).
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IME, a built 1911 is worth whatever someone will pay for it.

Expect to lose about $1K on a gun that was custom built.

About $6-800 on a cookie cutter gun (Baer, Brown etc...).
I REALLY wish this were accurate. I'd love to be able to find Baers for $1000 all day long.... but the reality is that.... once again.... this isn't the norm.
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I REALLY wish this were accurate. I'd love to be able to find Baers for $1000 all day long.... but the reality is that.... once again.... this isn't the norm.
You won't find 'em like that all day long, but if you're serious about selling it without sitting on it forever, that's about what it takes.

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Old 08-28-2011, 13:33   #41
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I'm agreeing that it doesn't have the same value as a CRG Pro.

It is, however, a Pro-Spec Loaded, which isn't a Loaded anymore besides the N-frame and no 'Custom' or 'Professional' markings. I don't have a price list in front of me, but wasn't the Pro Package for a customer supplied gun around $2,000?

When I bought my Loaded, I looked over the different packages. If I was going to do a Pro, I'd get a real one. I was toying with upgrading my Loaded to TRP, which is something like $750 through SACS. My initial investment of a Loaded, $825, plus $750 for TRP package, would equal $1,575 plus shipping. I haven't looked at TRP prices lately, but I'm sure I could find a used one under $1,500.

I would think the value of this Loaded turned Pro would be a little above a NIB TRP. Maybe close to Custom Carry pricing?


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You won't find 'em like that all day long, but if you're serious about selling it without sitting on it forever, that's about what it takes.

I always buy high and sell low!
Not by my experiences..... thankfully.
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