So I picked up a Desert Eagle 1911 G a few days ago and took it to the range Saturday. I only had 100 rds on me with a few mixed JHP rounds. One thing I noticed is that thumb safety is a little too easy for my preference to engage and disengage. I stretched out the plunger spring a tad bit to make it a crisper "snap" into position. I will probably order a Wilson Combat Plunger spring to take care of that. Another issue that occurred is the thumb safety itself is a little rough on the back side toward the grip safety and left a nice sore spot on my thumb area. Any ideas to remedy this little problem? I don't really want to replace the thumb safety, I might just have to take a little sand paper to it. Other than those little issues the gun fired fine, I plan on taking it to the range again next weekend hopefully with about 200 more rounds. It was very accurate or maybe I was just having a good day. At 25 yrds I was getting 1.5 to 2 inch groups, which is good for me. I am pleased with this 1911 and plan on keeping it for a while. Also the magazine was removed and chamber cleared for the picture, no safety violations occurred. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!