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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Hokie1911, Jan 31, 2011.
still no thanks.
Interesting - and a good write up.
The entire Smith line of 1911's feel good in the hand. Overall, They did a decent job with them. I played with them at SHOT for quite a bit. Their bobtail feels extremely good as well, however youll still never see one in my safe. There's other companies making better guns for less money.
Their performance center Koenig gun is nice though! The trigger is amazing on it!
Paris Hilton? She's into 1911s?
I will give S&W credit for checkering the frontstraps and flush crowning the barrel.
Not everyones cup of tea but I am looking forward to getting my hands on one of these.
Some new grips and she is good to go. I like the way they look.
I second that! I really want one of those...
All it needs is HC and you would have the Joe Trifecta.
I could change the grips and live with the rear serrations, but man....I hate FCS on a commander.
This should take care of that.
I really enjoyed my railed S&W but there were a couple of things that bugged the crap outta me. The trigger had up and down play, the safety wasn't positive, and it didn't feed hollowpoints. It shot well though.
There's many other brands I'd rather have right now.
I agree. But, it would have to be hardchromed.
Anyone know when these will hit the market?
Yes it is.
But, uhhhhhhhh, it's FLAT.
A few things I don't want flat.....women, pop, and triggers.
Ditto! And the ambi-safety. Where did that come from?!
Alas, the search for the elusive alloy Comanche continues...
That thing is as ugly as a Sig 1911.
I never thought I'd own a Smith 1911. Now I have a PC 9mm and love it. The two things I'd change on mine is to get rid of the FPS and put front cocking serrations on it (it's a game gun, so they help). Now they are going to make it.
One thing about the Smith 9mm, it seems to feed hollow points well and works with a variety of mags, which is not something you can say about many 9mm 1911s, especially in this price range.
Jesus! That's one busy-looking pistol. Reminds me of the 1980's with all the extra fascia and extra angles they put on cars. I guess the only thing missing would be to put cocking serrations down the entire length of the slide. Oh, and maybe add some go faster stripes for good measure. All I can say is... wow.