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Discussion in 'General 1911 talk' started by Tony Lupo, Aug 4, 2020.
that line would get really long, really fast.
first thing that came to mind watching her was "filterless pall malls".
I looked at two Colt Gold Cups in two different shops. I couldn't believe how the thumb safeties felt. I ruled them both out quickly. I picked up a Special Combat and the safety was perfect , a positive click on and off. The Special Combat went home with me.
That was my experience for sure. The Tikka stock is nothing special, but the action and barrel are great value for money (T3x with a varmint barrel).
My left hand custom Tikka that I lucked into.
243 Win with a BRUX SS barrel.
Yea the OEM stocks are not the best, but you right handed guys can buy the rifle on sale so cheap, the better stock is almost free!
Hell, the TIKKA action is blue printed from the factory unlike the Rem 700!!!
How the Europeans can do it and we can't is a mystery to me?
My $1100 SW1911TA was what went home with me after feeling a $1700 M45A1. Even my $800 E series felt better.
I've heard good things about the E series Smiths.
I’ve been very happy with mine. It’s not the traditional design but they work well and are very well made for their price.
I thought that I was the only person who noticed this. I’ve felt “mushy” safeties and some that were too difficult to engage while being too easy to disengage.
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Eh, it's an easy fix and not enough of an issue for me to rule them out.
Cheap fix: Wilson Combat Plunger tube assembly. It worked for me : )