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Old 04-23-2020, 02:06 PM
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I have a 1911 PD that had some feeding issues with certain HP ammo but with a very slight "tune up" it works fine now. Love the pistol. Love the weight and handling. One of my favorites.
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Old 04-24-2020, 09:07 AM
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Iíve had a 1911pd since 2006. I had it bob tailed in 2007. I did eventually put in Woelff 16# variable recoil spring. I had trouble racking slide. Shot IDPA with if for a few years. One of my most accurate handguns. I just looked at my records, líve shot over 1700 rounds thru it. Also sadly havenít shot it since 2016. I better get it out for some shooting .
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Old 04-26-2020, 04:37 PM
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Anyone here shot an S&W E Series 1911 with the scandium frame? In particular, the bobtailed, commander size 1911? I really like the looks and features. Iíve held one, but have not yet fired one. How is the recoil compared to a full-size 1911? Iím interested in the Performance Center version. Iíd like to hear someoneís personal experience. Thanks
On several occasions I've written about this model of pistol. This search:


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... oughta find most of them.


Except on days I'm warming it up on the range, it's probably been 2 - 3yrs since carrying anything else in its place. It -did- take changing the rear sight for that to become true: I wanted a sight useful for 1-hand operation. That's the only change not *strictly* cosmetic.
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