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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by SIERRA SIX, Feb 11, 2010.
Does anyone make a 1911 pistol w/o a grip safety?
There are 1911 style pistols without grip safeties, such as a Star Model B.
The grip safety on my 1911 doesn't work sometimes. Does that count? Stupid 100 year old piece of crap.
You've got a 100 year old 1911?
He's from the future. Be careful about how you treat him, he might go back in time and kill your parents.
You know what I meant.
Screw you guys, I am going home.
Thanks, I actually never knew. Which I am now feeling ashamed of as a 1911 fan...
The Model B isn't exactly a 1911, but it shares the same overall style and grip angle.
I used to have one of the original Para Ordnance kits. It did not have a grip safety and it is the only gun I ever had a neg. discharge with.
my glocks dont have grip safeties, and I have hey to have a ND...
I just think I would be more inclined to buy a 1911 tomorrow if I could get one w/o such safety.
just break out a file and disable it if your worried about it...
Just like people argue about 70s series or no lock with a S&W revolver.
Go out and try a nice one once. Shoot it and see how you feel about it.
Just pin it in place.
That's what most competetive shooters (that I know) who use 1911's or 2011's do.
You can convert pretty much any 1911 to not have a grip safety by using this thing. "The Answer" from Novak.
i suppose you could duct tape it down... that would be ugly though.
Wow, that was the first time I seem this. Looks nice.
The Answer has been around for a few years now. Personally I think it'd be nice if a major manufacturer of 1911's would offer their models with or without a GS.
A 1911 without a GS is as safe as a Browning High Power.