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My well used STI Trojan

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Don-wayne, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. Don-wayne

    Don-wayne

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    Heres a few pics of my Trojan. She has well over 20,000rnds through her. It has Bazo's trig kit tuned to a 2lb pull,Dawson front fiber optic sight,ambi safety,VZ operator grips,SVI magwell and short trigger. Dave helton ser the top and rear of the slide. He also refit a new grip safety and tuned it so it dissengages with the slightest movement. I had him cut the barrel flush and crown and refinish. The finish is taken a beating...
    I shot the IDPA clasifier with it the other night and pulled off an 83.52 in ESP. 23.19 clean on stage one 20.60 down two on stage two and 39.73 down 11 on stage three. I love my Trojan:cool:[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Cool I had one of these on my wish list for a while
     

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    A TROJAN with 20,000 shots in it?..................IDK.
     
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  5. bac1023

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    Congrats.

    The STI Trojan has my vote as the best $1000 1911 on the market.

    Here's mine.


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  6. Don-wayne

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    Yeah. Maybe not the best add capaign for TROJAN. Could get a little sticky...:rofl:
     
  7. Don-wayne

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    Bac
    That gun looks a little to nice. I can rough it up a little for you if you like.:wavey:
     
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    Its actually got 3000-4000 rounds through it, believe it or not.
     
  10. Don-wayne

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    Maybe you need to drag it behind the Lotus for awhile.:rofl:
     
  11. bac1023

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  12. faawrenchbndr

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    So my wife saw this, she say's, "I really like those Trojans"
    And iced tea comes out my nose,.......:faint:
     
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  14. Eyescream

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    Nice looking Trojan.

    How do you like the Brazo's kit?

    I'm buying a set of sights from them here in the next couple days, I think.
     
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    I have seriously looked at the Trojan, and the Duty One. If I get a 1911 it will be oneof the two.
     
  16. Don-wayne

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    The Brazo's kit is outstanding. The trigger has absolutely no creep and a super crisp break. I tuned it to a 2lb pull and it is totaly reliable. I highly recomend the kit. I did have to take a little off the thumb safety because the sear was a little larger than the STI sear.
     
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    That doesn't surprise me, it's one of the reasons I'm seriously considering getting chrome applied to the TRS. Seems to me you failed me in getting the info on who Paul is using now. :supergrin:
     
  18. bac1023

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    Yeah, you're right Jeff. :embarassed:

    Sorry, I totally forgot. I'll try emailing him, though they aren't always the best at returning them sometimes.
     
  19. Cobra64

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    Please hit the ENTER key after each .IMG post, and the pics will stack up instead of spreading out to the East coast.


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  20. Eyescream

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    Rad. One of these days I might do that to my Spartan, but right now it's just a carry/range gun, so I'm not sure how much I'd benefit from having a trigger that's lighter than the 5lbs it breaks at now.