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Cdnn 1911a1

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by geodan, Jan 16, 2012.


  1. geodan

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    Ready to buy the no name 1911A1 from CDNN. Can get it under $400 shipped to local FFL. I really like the plain-jane finish (no forward slide serrations, no huge roll marks, standard ejection port, no FPS). Anyone have any experience with this firearm? My credit card is getting itchy...
     

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  2. jrs93accord

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    I believe that it is a 1911 produced by S.A.M. (Shooters Arms) in the Phillipines. For the money, these are a really good bargain and good pistols.
     

  3. bac1023

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    SAM builds a solid 1911.
     
  4. cjl_1775

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    I think those are the Regent R100, made in turkey, that they are selling.
     
  5. rickrope

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    I think you're right
     
  6. fnfalman

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    I think that CDNN sells both the Filipino and Turkish guns. From the photos in the catalog, I can't tell which Filipino manufacturer though.
     
  7. M&P Shooter

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  8. Kaybe

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    The CDNN guns are made in Turkey
     
  9. Giggity

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    Are the slides cast or forged on these?
     
  10. Jason D

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    The article I read on the Regent guns said they were cast frames and slides.