New S&W 1911PD

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    New S&W 1911PD

    Picked it up yesterday, took it to the range today, put 100 rounds through it. No FTE or FTF, good shooter. I haven't shot anything at a range for over a couple years, so I'm pretty rusty. The link below is at 21', 1 sec between shots.

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    nice piece, how much are those selling for??

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    Very nice
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    nice telecaster!

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    I really like those S&W 1911s, everything I've heard about them has been on the positive side. Maybe one in stainless will make its way into my collection someday.
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    I picked up the stainless steel model a couple years ago, and It has been a fantastic shooter. So good that I've thought about finding the money for the PD model you bought for CCW. I picked up a new Colt Series 70 re-issue in blue back in June. Both the guns are more accurate than me, but it's easier to shoot the Smith good. Both are totally reliable, but the Smith ejects brass better. The Colt likes to eject a few into the shooters face now and then.

    Yep, you did good. Congrats! - I'm jealous.

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    Sweet. Nice Telly too!

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    Very nice

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    I have like the looks of those Smith 1911s since they hit the streets. That is an excellent choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bm7b5 View Post
    Picked it up yesterday, took it to the range today, put 100 rounds through it. No FTE or FTF, good shooter. I haven't shot anything at a range for over a couple years, so I'm pretty rusty. The link below is at 21', 1 sec between shots.

    21', 1 sec per shot
    Nice looking pistol.

    I picked-up one of their Tactical Rail Series a few months ago and am quite pleased with it.
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    Nice pick up.

    I have the standard satin stainless model (108282) and couldn't be happier.

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    Very nice...Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD View Post
    Nice looking pistol.

    I picked-up one of their Tactical Rail Series a few months ago and am quite pleased with it.
    Really, OD has a railed 1911? Why is that shocking to me.

    OP, nice pistol I like that the roll marks don't look like a billboard.
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    I don't know.



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    Nice gun.

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