I just don't see the Tarus filling the match gun role. Well, at least not for long.
As you no doubt know to be competitive means you shoot a lot. More rounds per month than the average shooter fires in what . . ten years?
You get my point.
Does this Tarus have a reputation for high use longevity? The PT1911 also contains parts that no "common 1911 style pistol" uses, is acquiring replacement parts for this pistol plausible?
On the other hand . . . STI guns routinely see thousands of rounds per month. STI replacement parts are only a click or few away at worst.
I propose that you look deeper when considering the cost difference. Usually more expensive really does mean superior value in firearms.
Last edited by Rumbler_G20; 02-23-2012 at 15:54..