Originally Posted by fnfalman
I think that you need an M1911 chambered in a proper caliber: .38 Super.
I agree and I might even have of an idea of what it is going to be
That said, I went to my local gun shop a little bit ago to pick this one up.
We all salivated all over it and of course dry fired a few times to feel the trigger.
The trigger on this gun is a whole new experience for me. I own a few nice guns but haven't felt anything like it.
The machining is unmatched. I haven't ever seen a better slide to frame fit or smooth action pulling the slide back.
AND THEN I WAS DELAYED
Leaving it there felt like I was walking away from my first born.
Maybe if I go take my boots and my gun off they will call me!