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So far I really love it... Very well built, tight tolerances and smooth, light trigger. Since they're hand fitted, (like the old Lugers) the barrel, frame and slide all have the serial number on them. Production delays have been a good thing when it comes to the final product quality. This one was worth the wait.



Even though I'm an ambi-shooter, I could live without the ambi-safety. That wasn't an issue until I went to install the Pachmayr grips. But 20 minutes of whittling with an x-acto blade gave them a perfect fit. The heads on the factory grip screws are slightly larger than standard, but the stainless screws that I ordered (from CDNN with the stainless mags) fit the Pachmayr grips perfectly.



The case that it came in is much better than the cardboard or hard plastic boxes that come with some other guns.
 

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So far she's been flawless, 100 rounds of Winchester Silver tip HP and 200 rounds of FMJ without a single hiccup. I'll try for some indoor range time today to get a better gauge of her accuracy, the outdoor shooting has been great fun but it's been really windy too.

 

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Nice, keep us up to date
 

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Great 1911, a real beauty. I've had the Taurus 1911's apart for a detailed examination and found, like Ruger Collector said, that they are well manufactured, tight tolerances, and well fitted.
Thank for a great review.
 
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