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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by boholglock, Jan 19, 2006.
Norinco 1911 chambered in 9mm, hi-cap. How is it? Thanks for the inputs.
I noted some 12 glimpse over this thread so far and still no replies. It could be a rarity in this country for now. Anyway, thanks for looking and for sharing inputs.
i dont have any experience w/ the particular firearm you're asking about, but i was talking to deenoh and batangueno during the last gunshow and sabi nila the advantage of norinco firearms over armscor firearms is the steel...its forged while armscor is cast;f i do not know if this applies to the CZ clones only or to the whole firearm range of armscor...
Some hits are from all over the world Sir. Has to be a rare item
thanks for the inputs guys. i'll keep looking...
I've read at Hi-Powers and Handguns that on the Browning Hi-Powers, "the cast frames are better suited for extensive shooting with hot ammo." I don't know if this holds true with 1911s, though.
http://www.hipowersandhandguns.com/Hi Power Longevity.htm
Your PM box is full. Anyway here is my reply:
Hey no problem pards. Actually di ko pa napuputok. This Saturday pa lang so I cant give you feedback yet on how it shoots. But the machining in mine is generally better than their 1911. BTW I also have a Norinco 1911. The finish is also better the overall symmetry is also good. There are no sharp edges in mine. recoil spring is stiff though and I get the feeling that the NZ-85 particularly likes hot loads.
If Deenoh does not carry it, try Federal Gun Exchange in Edsa. They just might have it.