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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlander Systems View Post
    As well, Iím firm in my opinion that the Beretta M9A3 is the best double-stack 2011 ever made.
    ďHeís outta line, but heís rightĒ
    LTT M9A1 is the best 2011a1 ever made.

    Iím still hoping to try a DWX sometime this decade if they exist. I think thatís kinda 2011 ish sort of.
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    Right? The DWX is something I get excited about, look up, and find out it’s still not out yet…

    …and it looks like now that I’ve slithered out of my cave they actually exist.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    “He’s outta line, but he’s right”
    LTT M9A1 is the best 2011a1 ever made.

    I’m still hoping to try a DWX sometime this decade if they exist. I think that’s kinda 2011 ish sort of.
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    That isnít a factory Colt or FN rifle.
    - scottryan after being shown photos of a USGI Factory Colt Rifle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlander Systems View Post
    Meanwhile, neither one of us had issues with Springfield Armory 1911s…
    I had two modern SA TRP 1911's and BOTH went back to SA for FTF issues... Yes, BOTH.

    Guys, it's a 1911/2011 platform. Unless you buy a top tier Wilson Supergrade, Nighthawk President or other "grail gun" you MIGHT just have to let the maker tweak things... Even with a top tier, there are no guarantees. If you cant deal with this, then go back to a modern design like Beretta or Sig.

    The Stacatto is still a 100+ year old main design platform. No, it's NEVER going to be flawless. But if it runs right and in the right hands, it will still shoot the pi$$ out of a glock.

    Everyone's mileage will vary.
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    U.S. Army vet. -- Retired 25 year LEO.

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    I have owned many SA 1911ís and have had just had tremendous luck & performance. I think my oldest is a TRP and itís over 10 yrs old and I donít remember it ever having a single isssue.

    I think the real old were honestly made to be just under the Proís. Mine is fitted so tight. Love that gun.

    PB

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    My SA is a Custom Shop gun. It's been flawless and was made by Dave Williams. Gaijin found it for me and connected me with the seller. Its my favorite pistol and has never had a failure.

    Don't lump me in with your TRPs, Outlander, my 1911 is bespoke.
    Why do the loudest do the least?

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    Unbelievable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    Don't lump me in with your TRPs, Outlander, my 1911 is bespoke.
    Quote Originally Posted by scottryan View Post
    That isnít a factory Colt or FN rifle.
    - scottryan after being shown photos of a USGI Factory Colt Rifle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlander Systems View Post
    Unbelievable.
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    Dont be a grifter
    Why do the loudest do the least?

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    I purchased a Staccato P for duty as a reserve deputy in 2021. I have not been able to run 200 rounds through it without a failure. All failures appear to be magazine related. I've contacted Staccato customer service but don't have a resolution as of yet.
    The gun is brilliant to shoot when it works. I don't think I'll keep it in the long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serlo II View Post
    I purchased a Staccato P for duty as a reserve deputy in 2021. I have not been able to run 200 rounds through it without a failure. All failures appear to be magazine related. I've contacted Staccato customer service but don't have a resolution as of yet.
    The gun is brilliant to shoot when it works. I don't think I'll keep it in the long run.
    Mine had a similar problem with mags I bought after the mags I got with gun, so maybe older mags. They replaced the springs and followers and back to 100%. My mags that came with the gun, ran 100%.

    They will hook you up.

    PB
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    Funny about the mags a few LGS near me have used or slightly used Staccatos for sale..when talking with the salesman, it seemed mag related issues...my C2 hasn't had any problems as of yet..

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