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Springfield Loaded

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by bobbss, Nov 28, 2012.


  1. TxGlock9

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    Do you want me to call around to see if I can find you a Loaded?
     

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  2. CanIhaveGasCash

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    As a Springfield fanboy and owner of a Milspec, EMP and two TRP's, I don't think that the Loaded is the best value in the Springfield line up. I owned a Loaded black stainless target and while it looked great, the trigger was heavy and the fitting was not the best.

    You should be able to find a TRP for 1350-1400 if you want to save a little more money, it will definitely be worth it. Or take a step down to the Mil Spec and have an Ambi Safety installed. Don't be afraid to keep an eye out for a used TRP, you can find them in good condition at reasonable prices, and stainless versions always seem to be a little cheaper. Springfield's warranty is the best in the business.
     

    #42 CanIhaveGasCash, Dec 3, 2012
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  3. willieH

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    Having both Springfield TRP and Sig, the Sig stainless rail is very nice and has excellent specs for a 1911 within your budget range. I'd suggest that you put one in your hand and give it a closer look. BTW-the magwell and grips were added to the Sig.

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  4. bobbss

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    Thanks John,thats a real nice offer but I'm not sure what I want yet,and don't want to put you threw that much trouble until I do_One of my LGS has one (or did) for $900.00 but that seems to be a bit high after seeing what Bud's had it for.
     
  5. faawrenchbndr

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    I gotta admit,....the Sig looks SWEET!
     
  6. sawgrass

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    Yes it does. I may have to reconsider my future options.
     
  7. Soldiernurse

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    Bought my Sprinfield Armory 1911 EMP9 NIB $1048... have you considered an EMP?
     
  8. KennyFSU

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    What to wear...

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    I was able to fondle a SIG 1911 @ my LGS; very nice gun indeed but I'm just not a fan of railed 1911s.
     
  9. bobbss

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    I want a 5" stainless.
     
  10. bobbss

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    I'm not sure if I like the rail either.I don't think I want a rail for my first 1911.
     
  11. carloglock19

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    That seems a bit high, I paid a little under $700 for mine NIB.
     
  12. faawrenchbndr

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    How long ago,......?
     
  13. carloglock19

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    Last year around this time I believe.

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  14. faawrenchbndr

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    Wow,.....great price!
     
  15. carloglock19

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    If my memory serves me right, I think I picked it up right before you posted the thread/pictures of that beautiful Loaded that you customized. I wish I had the knowledge and know how....one day maybe!

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  16. deathpriest

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    $625 otd for my loaded parkerized.
    $925 + tax + check for my target loaded black/stainless.. yes this one was my first one so, lack of experience can cost $$ :)
     
  17. faawrenchbndr

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    Thanks for the kind words,......I am shipping it off to Chambers Customs
    tomorrow morning for a few "tweaks" and a matte blue refinish. :supergrin:
     
  18. greatwun

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    I love my Springfield Range Officer. Next step up for me would be a TRP which I will be in the market for next tax season.


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  19. Soldiernurse

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    EMP S/S 3" barrel... a 1911 easily a CCW. Oh well, suit yourself.

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  20. bobbss

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    Thanks,but I don't want this gun for CCW,I already have that covered a few times.:supergrin:I just want it for the fun of shooting it.
     
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