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Cochese
02-06-2010, 03:40
Aside from the STI Duty One 9mm, are there any other 9mm railed 1911s?

(BAC, nothing to see here, move along. :supergrin: )

Did Springfield ever make a railed 1911 in 9mm that is full size?

DAT85
02-06-2010, 05:29
Aside from the STI Duty One 9mm, are there any other 9mm railed 1911s?

(BAC, nothing to see here, move along. :supergrin: )

Did Springfield ever make a railed 1911 in 9mm that is full size?

Check out FUSION's website.I think they might be able to set something up for you.
Regards,
DAT85

ccoker
02-06-2010, 09:27
http://www.wilsoncombat.com/p_cqb_tactical_le.asp

jeremy stanke
02-06-2010, 09:52
Did Springfield ever make a railed 1911 in 9mm that is full size?

you can order one

Quack
02-06-2010, 19:21
Did Springfield ever make a railed 1911 in 9mm that is full size?

Yep, beretta-neo (shipwreck on the 1911forum) has one...

I have the only one online I have ever seen. It was a custom shop gun. In the Springfield Custom Shop catelog on their website - there is a full rail operator option. It comes in 45 by default - and believe it or not, Deb stated that it comes with a bushing barrel by default.

I had some changes done, including the new caliber (9mm). Mine was MSRP almost $3100. I paid $2950 for it, if I remember right.

I have a Custom Carry in 9mm on order since Dec 09. I waited 11 months for my 9mm Custom Shop Operator - and I was told 11-12 months for my Custom Shop Custom Carry I just ordered.

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g320/mistershipwreck/Operator-red2.jpg

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g320/mistershipwreck/Operator-red1.jpg

And here you can see the checkering:

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g320/mistershipwreck/operator10002-1.jpg

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g320/mistershipwreck/gun7.jpg

Cochese
02-09-2010, 06:06
That is a bad MFer... except the FLR. I don't think it would fit my Safariland 6280.

Cochese
02-09-2010, 06:07
Sweet Christ! 3k?

My Pro wasn't even that much. Dayum.

beretta-neo
02-09-2010, 13:53
Aloha... Someone beat me to posting my own pics!

Yes, it was $3k. It costs more because of the caliber change. The base price is $2600 (or it was in Aug 2008 when I ordered it - I received it in July 2009).

Most places charge extra for a bull barrel install (Nighthawk does too), and I also had the rear of the slide serrated. Plus, the entire thing is hard chromed. So, there is some extra work compared to the stock Professional. However, the gun is really the equivalent of a Pro - just with a bull barrel, in 9mm and with a full rail.

As for the full length guiderod - it's hard to avoid with a bull barrel. I have seen some supposed ways to do the GI rod on a bull barrel, but that's not the usual setup for a bull barrel.

beretta-neo
02-09-2010, 13:54
I don't think it would fit my Safariland 6280.

Some companies make holsters for the Springfield full rail Operator - it would fit one of those. Even though it is in 9mm, it has the same external dimensions.

It's heavy, however. The bull barrel is thicker in 9mm than it is for a 45. SO, it's approx 48-50 oz unloaded.

cdunn
02-11-2010, 19:53
try here I'm on the waiting list,I keep going back and forth between rail/no rail,commander/full size, bob tail or not.but 9mm rail full size in an option.
http://www.berryhillguns.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=9

Cochese
02-14-2010, 19:19
Aloha... Someone beat me to posting my own pics!

Yes, it was $3k. It costs more because of the caliber change. The base price is $2600 (or it was in Aug 2008 when I ordered it - I received it in July 2009).

Most places charge extra for a bull barrel install (Nighthawk does too), and I also had the rear of the slide serrated. Plus, the entire thing is hard chromed. So, there is some extra work compared to the stock Professional. However, the gun is really the equivalent of a Pro - just with a bull barrel, in 9mm and with a full rail.

As for the full length guiderod - it's hard to avoid with a bull barrel. I have seen some supposed ways to do the GI rod on a bull barrel, but that's not the usual setup for a bull barrel.

Some companies make holsters for the Springfield full rail Operator - it would fit one of those. Even though it is in 9mm, it has the same external dimensions.

It's heavy, however. The bull barrel is thicker in 9mm than it is for a 45. SO, it's approx 48-50 oz unloaded.


I was referring to the full rail fitting in a Safariland 6280, specifically, since I just dropped $130 on one for duty.

I'm just getting impatient since my Pro will be replacing my G34 on duty and there is a Magpul Dynamics class in June with my name on it.

:supergrin:

Cochese
03-02-2010, 09:59
Well, I dropped the hammer.

Called Springfield and converted my PC9111LR to a PC9111LR... in 9mm. :supergrin:

Pushed my wait time out another 4 months too. :sad:

Now I have to find someone to adopt the pile of Wilson 47Ds and CMC Powermag 10 rounders I bought for the 45. :rofl:

beretta-neo
03-02-2010, 15:56
Kewl :)

Cochese
03-02-2010, 16:02
Kewl :)

Technically, this delay is your fault. I demand you have your matrix operator jack you into my gun range so I can borrow your 9mm till October or whenever this damn thing is built!

:rofl:

Quack
03-02-2010, 18:10
Technically, this delay is your fault. I demand you have your matrix operator jack you into my gun range so I can borrow your 9mm till October or whenever this damn thing is built!

:rofl:

:rofl:

beretta-neo
03-02-2010, 18:21
Technically, this delay is your fault. I demand you have your matrix operator jack you into my gun range so I can borrow your 9mm till October or whenever this damn thing is built!

:rofl:

:supergrin::supergrin:

Just send me an airline ticket and hotel reservations - and then you can shoot it while I'm there :)

Cochese
03-03-2010, 05:35
I'm gonna have to sell all these .45 ACP mags I've been hoarding to fund your travels! :supergrin:

beretta-neo
03-03-2010, 11:50
I'm gonna have to sell all these .45 ACP mags I've been hoarding to fund your travels! :supergrin:

That's fine. Please book me a flight with a stop in Tahiti :rofl:

Quack
03-03-2010, 11:58
That's fine. Please book me a flight with a stop in Tahiti :rofl:

how about a nice trip to Cleveland :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

beretta-neo
03-03-2010, 18:38
how about a nice trip to Cleveland :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

Hmm... let's wait until after winter, though :upeyes:

Quack
03-03-2010, 19:47
Hmm... let's wait until after winter, though :upeyes:

just because this year i haven't seen the grass on my lawn since around Thanksgiving doesn't make it so bad :rofl:

beretta-neo
03-03-2010, 19:55
Well, make sure to post some pics when you get it in!