sig 1911's

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by cbigclarke, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. cbigclarke

    cbigclarke TGT Addict

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    whats the skinny on them? i never hear them bought up in discussion. good? no good?
     


  2. dee

    dee Well-Known

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    Sig has a good reputation for everything else so they have to be pretty good.
     
  3. Okierifleman

    Okierifleman Active Member

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    They do have a good rep and make quality products. I would put them up there with the production Kimbers or any other $800-$1000 production 1911's
     
  4. Big country

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    An officer I work with on an armed site has one he likes it. He is a member of this forum but hasn't posted here yet.
     
  5. juwaba98

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    I've played with a couple but never shot one. The feel/fit/finish was very nice, but I have no real experience with them other than that.
     
  6. Duman44

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    Have shot several 1911's. Out of Para, Colt, Kimber and Taurus the Sig is only more accurate than the Taurus. Might just be the individual gun. Both the Colt government and the Para were worked on so maybe it's not a fair comparison there, but both out of the box Kimbers outshoot it regularly. No problems with operation, reliabilty not an issue.
     
  7. navyguy

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    They are okay, but if it's a 1911 you want and not a hybrid, then I say look elsewhere. For the same cash you can get a nifty Dan Wesson, or Springfield. Matter of fact there was a TRP for sale in the classifieds this morning.
     

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