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Old 04-13-2012, 12:38 PM
scubadad scubadad is offline
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not another sig vs whatever question




ok so i am new to the 1911 platform with a sig scorpion being my first. during my quest i looked at everything from rock island to ed brown. got to test fire taurus, kimber, and an ed brown. no one here will argue features vs price with the sigs. so my question is what makes the ed browns or les baers so much better. when i shot the ed brown it went bang and felt good. did not remember it being a thousand plus dollars better than my sig. im sure im gonna get the mercedes vs dodge comparison. but i have been in the car business for 20 plus years and i can tell you that merceds break just as often as dodges. now maybe if the ed brown had custom heated grips to keep your fingers warm and fuzzy or night vision sites then maybe. i just dont see the advantages. please correct me if im wrong.
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Old 04-13-2012, 03:58 PM
SmurfHunter SmurfHunter is offline
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Most will say accuracy and quality in craftsmanship.
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Old 04-13-2012, 04:06 PM
SIGmanfrued SIGmanfrued is offline
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I did this with my Sig at about 15 yards

I'd say the Sig is dammnmm accurate.
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Old 04-13-2012, 04:11 PM
LEO2B LEO2B is offline
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so my question is what makes the ed browns or les baers so much better.
I dont't know. I do know people in the know, with 1911 collections to die for, who say the LB TRS is the end of the line; if you want to be disappointed with all the rest of the 1911 world start with a TRS.
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