Sig RCS 1911

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    Sig RCS 1911

    Looking for some info or feedback on the Sig RCS. This thing looks real sweet. I did some research and it appears the earlier models had some issues with the barrel-link but that seems to have been corrected. Would love to hear from others who have it, shot it, seen it, fondled it, etc. The de-horning on this looks real nice. Since DW CCO's seem non-existent and can't find them anywhere, this seems to be the runner-up as long as the barrel-link issue has been corrected.

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    My Sig Sauer 1911 C3, is the perfect combination of accuracy, reliability, concealability ( mine normally carries as a second gun ), or perfect for appendix, S.O.B. or ANY method of carry. The CCO configuration is a "Dream Gun".

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    I had an RCS that I was forced to sell. Easy to shoot and more accurate than I am. Since it is radically dehorned, some holsters do not hold it as secure, make sure you check it out before purchasing a holster.
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    They did have some hiccups in the beginning but that can be expected in the first couple runs of a new model. I have shot an RCS Nitron, a C3 and have owned an STX and I can attest that they were all great guns. Sigs 1911's are pretty tight when new and may require a bit of "break-in". Mine shot flawlessly up to the day I sold it. (financial reasons)
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    Seems like a poor mans DW CCO Bobtail

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    My C3 is one of my favorites that i currently own.
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