I've been looking for the smallest 1911 around for some time and found some candidates you might want to look into. Heres the thread to the discussion.
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Picked up the SA Micro compact and it would not function with SA Mags. changed to wilson and problem went away, still has an occasional FTF on last round so it is not carried... have about 300 rounds through it and just got a call back from SA saying they would give me an RA number to send it back... your results may vary...
sure is a sweet looking sidearm and pretty nice to shoot when functioning...
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I have a Rock Island Armory compact which is the same size as an officer's model. For the money it can't be beat. I shoots whatever it is fed and it conceals very nicely. I use Wilson and Kimber mags with it. Only negatives I can see is it is a bit heavy for such a small gun and it has GI sights.
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Actually I am considering the defender. It has the best grips so far I have seen. The only thing I would have to get used to is it being a lightweight pistol. Always been used to a heavy feel to my 45's, other then that though it is a great looking pistol, Colt makes one of the finest 1911's out there. Just trying to see if I can get used to the lightweight feel.
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