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"Sig Sauer Scorpion"

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Glockdude1, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    Hey Quack, Do you by chance work for Sig? Could not help but notice the "Quack trigger" on Sig's new 1911.

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  2. Gunshine

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    Oh No. Now it's spreading to manufacturers. Maybe Quack is just a man ahead of the curve.
     

  3. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    Wasn't me. I do know that TKR Reptiles shot a Scorpion at a demo day and that changed his mind on flat triggers.
     
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  5. Glockdude1

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    Hey Bac,

    Scorpion in your collection yet?

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    The Hogue Magwell grip thing is just odd..
     
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    knedrgr's frame comes around again! :supergrin:

    Not my style.
     
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    TexasPOff "Dump The Hump"

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    I like the idea and they work pretty well, I shot a scorpion recently. Hogue makes them G mascus Magrips. I don't know about $119 bucks for the grips and MSH though. And the really need to work on thier pattern, it looks kinda silly in everything but the Green. I thought about trying a set, but until they change thier pattern I'll hold off. The particular Black and Desert that the Scorpion wears are special for Sig and you can't get that color from Hogue. At least not yet. FWIW, after about 40 or so speed reloads the magwell had some marking on it. Was not grooved up all, and held up pretty well. TXPO
     
  12. Cerebrus

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    just about the only Sig that I would consider buyin.. would deffnly change the color on the Cerakote tho.. sniper grey would suit it ever so much better
     
  13. lsbbigdog

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    Agreed..

    It would look a lot better with Black grips instead of the green. To me FDE & green dint look well together.
     
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    Yes, it's similar. Ned's concept was done to the length of the full grips, w/o having the extension that is on the Sig. And it required cutting into the frame, similar to doing a Stan Chen magwell. Therefore, it didn't extend the frame and made it easier for concealment.