Impressed with my new E Series

Impressed with my new E Series

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    Impressed with my new E Series

    Hey everyone! I took my new S&W E series to the range Friday. Wow! I was impressed and very pleased! I have the black, 1911TA model. First of all, I could not believe how smooth it was. I have shot 380s that have a lot more recoil than this. I know this is a much bigger gun, but still, it's a .45. Seocnd, I did not have a single issue. I fired 80 rounds through it. Can't wait to go back and shoot it some more. To me, this is the perfect nightstand gun. I have a light on order for it. I am anxious to put that on it. I love 1911s, but I have never fired one quite like this. I would DEF recommend it!


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    Since you're (relatively) new to DC, we'll let this one go just this time. But from here on out, any mention/posting about a new piece MUST come with a photo! Come on, if you're gonna' brag, the least you can do is attach a photo of your new "toy".

    BTW, I've been dreaming about the SW1911Sc. Congrats on your new 1911TA and welcome to DC.

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    p.s. It's never too late to post that pic.
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    Thought it was going to be a Mercedes. Anyway, welcome and congratulations!
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