My USPSA 1911

Discussion in 'Competition 1911's' started by Lmt4me, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. Lmt4me

    Lmt4me Member

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    Nov 30, 2018
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  2. fieldgrade

    fieldgrade resident crank

    Mar 13, 2017
    I like it. I've got a Springer I shoot IDPA with that I made some similar mods to, within the rules. I don't know how you like the Springer target rear sights, but I just put one of these Harrison Extreme Duty sights on with a U-Notch. It's made for those Springer rear slide cuts with some fitting. Gets rid of all those sharp edges, and I am hooked on U-Notch rear sights.


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  3. Ethanol Red

    Ethanol Red Make it a double Supporting Addict

    Jul 12, 2015
    That looks like a lot of fun! Pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop, chachivk shlop; pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop. Heck yeah!
     
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  4. Jim w.

    Jim w. Well-Known Member

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    Jul 27, 2016
    That is a better looking U notch than the one on a gun at the IDPA demo bay.
    That one looked like they had taken a square notch and radiused the bottom. That meant it was deep. So I did the natural thing and pulled the front FO spot all the way into the U which caused me to shoot low. Aggravated by the round butt on that model.
     
  5. WC145

    WC145 Well-Known Member

    Jan 1, 2013
    Pretty slick piece. I've never had a dedicated competition gun, I run my carry guns.
     
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  6. wrmiller

    wrmiller The Tinker

    Oct 29, 2016
    Nice piece. And it looks like you could carry it in a pinch.

    I only played in Open so my guns would have been difficult to carry. Not to mention a lot more expensive to build.

    Well done.
     
  7. Sapper

    Sapper Well-Known Member Supporting Addict

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    Jan 25, 2014
    This is something that I have just started to dabble in. After reading a lot about the divisions and planning some more purchases, I decided that I am going to start in single stack since I already have two custom 5" 1911's in the safe right now
     
  8. wrmiller

    wrmiller The Tinker

    Oct 29, 2016
    I much preferred the 'old days' when you basically had two divisions. Those with compensators, and those without. There were no double stacks back then.

    Yea, I'm dating myself a bit... ;)
     
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  9. gaijin

    gaijin Well-Known Member

    May 18, 2015
    I have more than one, dedicated range/competition gun.

    I detail stripped/cleaned this 9mm's that has seen over 12K rds. in a couple years.
    That's not too hard on a gun when you're running (barely) minor loads with a 9# recoil spring.

    It's an old 1991 Colt frame I converted to "70 Series", 25 LPI, EGW and/or Wilson BP parts.
    Slide is a forged Caspian (I cut up OEM slide for an RMR), Dawson FO, barrel Kart.

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  10. Mike0251

    Mike0251 Well-Known Member Supporting Addict

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    Mar 25, 2016
    I have my first USPSA meet tonight and chose my beloved wife's Trophy Match with trigger work by Nighthawk. I rotate about 5 1911's for competition just because I try to shoot as many as I can to stay sharp with them all. And there are several that will never see a holster but do see many range days. My SA Range Officer does a fine job too at the meets, damn good gun those Springfields! SAM_0118.jpg
     

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