Well I have been eyeballing them for years. Ran across super deal I couldn’t pass up. WOW!!! I should have picked one up years ago. This thing is the softest, softest accurate, smoothest trigger 357 I have ever shot.
Second range trip and sighted in at 25 yards no fuss no muss. Used 125 grain then 158 grain.
The 125 come out and it feels like a 9mm and 158 like a 45 acp.
I can’t get enough if thus gun. I am impressed!!! I sure hope they make another come back as I would like to get a couple more mags. 250 to rounds so far. Loving every minute.
This came up on gunbroker. It was a display model in gun store. Never shot just handled by tire kickers. It was in pristine condition . I say was because i have shot it.
It had the “make an offer option” and I picked it up for 200.00 under asking price. It was still at 1990’s retail. It’s my retirement gift to myself so I pulled out the credit card an bam. So glad I did.
The OEM wood stocks did make It feel wide. Still very countable, just needed more grip to hold under muzzle flip.
I was lucky that Alumagrips had old stock left over of the laser etched logo. They charged same price as their non etched stocks.
These aluminium stocks are thinner and with the checkering give the grip a whole new feel. Your hand can gain excellent grip technique for 1911 and the requires much less intensity under muzzle slip.
The wood stocks feel kind of like the keltec pmr or the cp33 . The aluminium stocks give it a double stack 45acp 1911 feel. Very nice.
The 125 grain feel like 9mm semi auto and 158 feel like 45acp. Very easy to control.