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You’ll love it! These guns are amazing without an optic, but even better with. What optic do you plan to run?
 

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I have a Holosun 507 on my VP9 and really like it so I'll probably go that route. I looked at the Trijicon SRO and the view and clarity were excellent but it's a little big and fragile looking.
 

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I'm really wanting to get one and put an RMR on it. I caught the RMR bug and have a G45 and G19 setup, man are they great to shoot.
 

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I have several Glocks with optics as well but the difference between the Staccato P and the Glocks is laughable.
 

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I agree the trigger alone is what always wins me over. I had a Staccato and sold it in a weak moment, the only thing I did not like was the weight for daily carry.
I recently fired a Staccato Duo with an RMR after firing my G45 MOS and thought I was firing a 22LR that was shooting like a laser, lol.
 

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I'm REALLY REALLY considering picking up a Stacatto P or XL. Can anyone comment who has shot the 4.4" barrel Stacatto to a regular 9mm 1911?

My PM-9 with my handloads is by far the softest shooting (legitimately feels like a co2 pellet gun) in terms of recoil/muzzle climb. I'm afraid that by going to the Stacatto's 4.4" barrel from the PM9's 5"...I may give some of that up.
 

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I have several 1911's in 9mm (not including the Specialist I sold) and the Staccato P feels more controllable to me. I shoot it considerably better than my commander size 1911's and probably equally as good as my Kimber Aegis but the Aegis has an optic. Anyway, on a side note I noticed the new P duo has different base plates than the P model I just sold did. The magazine on the left is from the P I sold (I had an extra magazine that I kept) and the one on the right is the magazines that came with the new P duo. The new base keeps the magazines from being over inserted.
 

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I shot a “short” Stacatto P (4.15”) and my PM9 back to back this winter. To me the PM9 had less recoil. Not a huge difference - just barely noticeable. The 4.4” should equalize things.
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I'm REALLY REALLY considering picking up a Stacatto P or XL. Can anyone comment who has shot the 4.4" barrel Stacatto to a regular 9mm 1911?
I have the 2020 Staccato P DUO and a Series 70 Colt 9mm. The Staccato P is very controllable, but for me the Colt shoots a little flatter. Not surprising, as the Colt weighs 39.9 oz empty and the empty STI weighs 35.5 oz. Also, I'm running the factory standard recoil spring in the STI, and a ten pound recoil spring in the Colt. Love them both!
 

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I have the 2020 Staccato P DUO and a Series 70 Colt 9mm. The Staccato P is very controllable, but for me the Colt shoots a little flatter. Not surprising, as the Colt weighs 39.9 oz empty and the empty STI weighs 35.5 oz. Also, I'm running the factory standard recoil spring in the STI, and a ten pound recoil spring in the Colt. Love them both!
Is that with a magazine inserted? My P-DUO with a DPP mounted and a magwell weighs just under 34 oz.
 

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I'm REALLY REALLY considering picking up a Stacatto P or XL. Can anyone comment who has shot the 4.4" barrel Stacatto to a regular 9mm 1911?

My PM-9 with my handloads is by far the softest shooting (legitimately feels like a co2 pellet gun) in terms of recoil/muzzle climb. I'm afraid that by going to the Stacatto's 4.4" barrel from the PM9's 5"...I may give some of that up.
Don't give anything up then. Go for a Staccato P5. I may know where one is.;)
 
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