Well guys, I made a thread awhile back about trading my compact RIA and a ruger LCR for a full size 1911. I had a lot of good advice here, unfortunately none of the local shops had much they wanted to trade(of course they have to make money, I know that) except taurus 1911s or I could trade a compact RIA AND A Ruger LCR for a RIA tactical. Didnt strike me as much of a deal. Anyways, I ended up trading for one of the 1911s that you guys around here really dont care for. A Sig GSR Revolution. Its a well fit gun, thats for sure. Tight, no irregular gaps, no rattles. Definately fit much better than I am used to in a 1911. The only issues with it was a small idiot scratch and a slide stop that needed a few passes with a file. I suspect thats the reason the individual wanted to trade it. Things I dont like are an external extractor and the series 80 stuff. I can live with it though. It has a very nice trigger and came complete with Novak night sights, 25lpi frontstrap checkering, 20lpi mainspring housing, extended strong side safety, extended slide stop, adjustable trigger, and some pretty decent looking wood grips, albeit a little on the thick side. However, I am a 6'6" tall 345lb guy that wears a size 16.5 wedding ring, so thick grips fit me very well. I took it out yesterday to wring it out and shot it at first at 10 yards. The ammo I was using was my bulk plinker load of a 230gr Missouri Bullet LRN over 5.5gr of AA#2. It shot so well I moved it out to the 25 yard line and set up an NRA 25 yard slowfire bullseye target. I proceeded to shoot a 93 with it on my next 10 shots! Holy cow, this thing shoots my plinking load like they are match grade ammo! All in all I think I found myself a great gun to use in my 25 yard bullseye league next season, which was my goal from the beginning. For the obligatory pictures: Wanna kill these ads? We can help!