Sig Sauer Tacops Carry Review

Sig Sauer Tacops Carry Review

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    Sig Sauer Tacops Carry Review

    Has anyone had any range time with the Sig Sauer TACOPS carry ?

    It comes in both threaded and non-threaded barrel configurations.
    Yes, there are other 1911's - but I I would really appreciate any feedback on this model.

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    I haven't had my hands on one. However, as a Sig fan I did some searching about a year back.

    Found this review: http://tinyurl.com/6suj3so

    Back off because of the "Okay, now for the bad news, my sample TACOPS came with a terrible trigger-pull. Oh, the trigger broke at 5-lbs, and that's more than acceptable for combat work. However, the trigger was very mushy - it felt like I was squeezing an over-cooked baked potato - I kid you not. Of course, part of this is due to the TACOPS using the Colt-style Series 80 firing pin safety - it adds parts to the trigger pull on a 1911, and it only complicates the entire trigger pull sequence. The Blackwater 1911 I tested had a very crisp trigger pull of slightly over 3-1/2 lbs. However, I find a 4-to-5 pound trigger pull more than acceptable for combat work - and the TACOPS is designed for combat!"

    Please keep us advised of what you find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveH View Post
    I haven't had my hands on one. However, as a Sig fan I did some searching about a year back.

    Found this review: http://tinyurl.com/6suj3so

    Back off because of the "Okay, now for the bad news, my sample TACOPS came with a terrible trigger-pull. Oh, the trigger broke at 5-lbs, and that's more than acceptable for combat work. However, the trigger was very mushy - it felt like I was squeezing an over-cooked baked potato - I kid you not. Of course, part of this is due to the TACOPS using the Colt-style Series 80 firing pin safety - it adds parts to the trigger pull on a 1911, and it only complicates the entire trigger pull sequence. The Blackwater 1911 I tested had a very crisp trigger pull of slightly over 3-1/2 lbs. However, I find a 4-to-5 pound trigger pull more than acceptable for combat work - and the TACOPS is designed for combat!"

    Please keep us advised of what you find.

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