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Sig 1911s, Reviews Anyone?

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by StopObama!, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. StopObama!


    May 22, 2010
    Im gonna part with my P239 SAS for a 1911. I like the compact size (Commander slide on Officer frame) and sig offers the RCS and the C3. I like the RCS more because its got the melt treatment on it. I guess its competition is the Kimber Compact CDP. I like the look and feel of both, and the Kimber is a little more pricey. How do yall like your Sig 1911s and how are they stacking up against Kimbers and Springfields??

  2. bac1023


    Sep 26, 2004
    Sig 1911s are good quality. I don't care much for the styling.

  3. I've had my RCS for about 3 years now. Every now and then I think about selling it but I always go right back to it. It is my off duty carry. Great gun.
  4. NYresq


    Feb 18, 2010
    Long Island, NY
    I just recently purchased a sig 1911 stainless compact. its like the colt CCO. officers frame with commander slide, but unlike the C3 and the RCS, it has a traditional 1911 slide and both a stainless fram and slide. The checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing are a bit sharp, but that will wear down. Sights are novak low-mount tritium, and it has a traditional bushing recoil spring plug set up, no full length rod. I have a new favorite 1911...

    i fired 200 rounds through it after cleaning it of the factory oil and not a single jam, misfire or ftf. just 200 flawless accurate rounds fired. I was pretty impressed, not a single problem. Havent seen that in an out of the box 1911 in a long time. Everyone I have seen in the past few years has issues for the first few hundred rounds until "broken in". this was good to go from the start.
  5. WarEagle32


    Mar 15, 2011
    I have a Sig GSR that is a wonderful tack driver. My friend and hid wife have his and hers C3's that they love. I wouldn't swap my Sig for any 1911 near the price range. I mostly love that it has an external extractor and no guide rod!!! Get one you will not regret it!