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I've come to the other side

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by DaneA, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. DaneA

    DaneA

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    Just put money down on my first 1911. Don't know much about them but from what I read this one is pretty nice. It only took about 2 months for it to show up at my LGS.

    It is a Sig RCS 2 tone:

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    Last edited: Jun 18, 2012

  2. faawrenchbndr

    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    Congrats,........you CAN become a 1911addict,........very easily. :whistling:
     
  3. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Congratulations on a new toy.

    Just don't mess with one chambered in .38 Super.
     
  4. R0CKETMAN

    R0CKETMAN NRA MEMBER

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    Go back to the other side while you still have money.

    Nice sig. Congrats
     
  5. DaneA

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    Yeah, it is already going to cost me $200 for a holster to carry it ( decided to go with one from Seth's gunleather). At least it already has night sights.


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  6. Kyle M.

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    Whats wrong with .38 super? I've yet to have an issue with my kimber.
     
  7. jg420

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    Lol yes this is the truth. Addiction comes fast and before you know it you have bought a couple more, and each one probably costs more than the previous. Congrats though, and I have been wondering about the Sig 1911's because my dealer has a couple in his shop. Anyone got any input on them? Thanks
     
  8. Fatman73

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  9. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    What's wrong is that you ended up buy more and more of them. That's what's wrong.
     
  10. Kyle M.

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    Yeah but the same thing happens with glocks.
     
  11. DaneA

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    Yeah, I only have 3 of those though. Probably more to come though...
     
  12. Jschona1

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    Its true, i just picked up an SR1911, my first 1911, two weeks ago and I am already shopping for another. I should have known better...:crying:
     
  13. FLSlim

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    Congrats, very nice. Everyone is right, though. One 1911 always leads to another, plus, it seems that there is always other "stuff" we need to accompany each new buy.
     
  14. Kyle M.

    Kyle M.

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    The Sig 1911's are very good I had one of there TacOps models but got bored with it. I sold it and bought a g35 and enough bullets/brass to load 2,000 rds. of .40. I put somewhere north of 750 rds. through that sig in the three months I had it without a single malfunction.
     
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  15. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Not really. I have probably 15 M1911s now, but only two Glocks and don't plan on buying any more of the Austrian Abortion.