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Old 05-01-2012, 09:59 PM
Neandrakall Neandrakall is offline
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Hey y'all, names Luke, new to the 1911 forum and fairly new to owning a 1911 sidearm. Was weighing between a kimber and sig, both with rail systems and gladly went with the sig tac ops. Glad I did too, haven't second guessed myself once, I have shot both makers and the sig just feels more solid and a bit tighter. I'm lookin to mount up a les Baer custom adjustable rear sight and maybe a couple other small customs. Any input? I'm always lookin for input.....
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Old 05-02-2012, 10:05 PM
Old Grumpy Old Grumpy is offline
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Welcome Luke. You might check out and post a few questions on the Sig page under the Manufacturers section. You'll find a lot of company there and a whole lot of information regarding upgrades.

See you around the forum,

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