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These were purchased NIB from STI via BBP last last year/early this year. Both are wonderful models of STI workmanship, but, sadly, I've found that while I love 5" 1911/2011 models for range time and open carry occasions at The Farm, I still prefer my Glocks for concealed carry.

ONLY TRADE: I would consider trading both of the models below for an STI CCC or Omni in 9mm

1. STI Guardian- "Blackout" version w/ 60 rounds thru it. I immediately sent the grip to Jason at Extreme Shooters for the DVC grip treatment and double-undercut. Single-side safety version. Two trips to the range and carried IWB one day. Includes the factory bag, 2x 120mm STI mags and a Long's Shadow Holster Quandary IWB/AIWB RH holster. $1750 shipped/insured to your FFL

2. STI Staccato C- This is the newer version with DLC finish, just received last week. 32 rounds down the pipe. One trip to the range, carried IWB one day. Includes the factory bag, 2x 8rd STI mags, 2x CMC 8-rd mags and a Long's Shadow Holster Quandary IWB/AIWB RH holster. $1350 shipped/insured to your FFL

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Guardian:
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Staccato C:
Staccato C.jpg
 

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Say it ain’t so IA!!!

That’s a phenomenal price on the Guardian Blackout for whoever buys it. The Guardian is my favorite sized carry gun.
 

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Say it ain’t so IA!!!

That’s a phenomenal price on the Guardian Blackout for whoever buys it. The Guardian is my favorite sized carry gun.
Yes, it's hard to beat a G19-size and -weight gun w/ 16+1 9mm BB's if you like 1911 controls on your carry gun. It's just that I've got 20+ years with the G19 under my belt and that's a hard habit to break.
 

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I have a G19 gen 4 MOS. I’ve taken it to the range all of one time. I shoot it well but not nearly as well as a 2011. Also I’m not comfortable carrying it without a safety.

 
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Staccato C still available
 

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Nice! Which holster is that?
The Seraphim, by Dale Fricke Holsters. I've had that holster since 2011 or 2012. I've tried a lot of different AIWB holster makers over the years- JMCK, Vedder, Blade-Tech, CCC, CompTac, LS Holster, etc.- and Dale's AIWB kydex is still the most comfortable, IMO.
 
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