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Citadel 1911, any inputs?

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by theTactician, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. theTactician

    theTactician

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    Thinkin of getting an entry level 1911, is this a good choice for a budget conscious avid shooting sports enthusiast?
     
  2. bac1023

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    They are built by Armscor in the Philippines and good 1911s for the money.
     

  3. 3rdgen40

    3rdgen40 .45 fanatic

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    I have one that has been flawless from day one.Shoots great.Its well built and very well fitted and tight.Great trigger and very accurate.

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  4. Citadel15L

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    probably because it had a system
     
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    HUH ???

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  6. Redstate

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    Have the Citadel compact (officer size) and think very highly of it. Can't go wrong with an Armscor made 1911. i am told that they have the same lifetime warranty as the RIA that would be serviced out of Nevada, not overseas. The customer service is excellent, if you should ever need it.
     
  7. MarkAD

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    Metro Arms is much better the Citidal and at the same price point.