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Old 01-23-2020, 05:32 AM
Prange Prange is offline
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Extra weight . Gives extra Control . HRT likes them

I also like the extra weight. I've gotten used to the looks and don't even notice them now.

Nice pistols you have there.
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Old 01-23-2020, 11:32 AM
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Rails on a 1911 are most often used for lights..... LEO's and Military often use light mounted weapon, but civilians not as much, and are usually not needed. Being trained for holding flashlights when using a hand gun is a good option, and the Harrie's and syringe technique are often viable.

However, any 1911 without rails can add a mount under the frame to allow using a light when needed....the attached Novak Tactical blued steel is one option.....It is a simple matter to drill and tap three holes in the frame to secure the three mounting screws......and it is removeable if ever desired....
That's the one I used on my .460 Rowland build. Rock solid. Oh yeah....but in case anyone wants to ignore what I say I also have 2 1911s in 9mm, sooo....
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