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Old 12-19-2018, 06:27 AM
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STI Staccato P (Professional) 45

This looks like a winner right out of the box. Great looking 45 Anyone else have more info on this beauty,
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Old 12-19-2018, 06:31 AM
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It looks to be the Tactical 4.0 with Staccato patterned grip and sights.
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Old 12-21-2018, 03:38 PM
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Where are you guys seeing this gun? I haven’t seen it on STI’s web page...
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Old 01-05-2019, 02:18 AM
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Where are you guys seeing this gun? I haven’t seen it on STI’s web page...

https://xtremegunsandammo.com/shop/p...cato-p-45-acp/

I'm thinking about ordering the 9mm
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Old 01-05-2019, 08:10 AM
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I would not order from Extreme....

If your looking to order a STI try Dan at Baltimore’s Best Pawn, Bob and Ingi at Brazos custom (forum moderator) or Dawson Precision.

Ive had dealings with all 3 and they are good to go. Even though they are relatively local I would not use Extreme again.
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Old 01-05-2019, 08:13 AM
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Stacatto Professional. A bit confusing as it’s a double stack when the first model the staccato c was a single stack.

https://www.1911addicts.com/threads/...7/#post-909379
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Old 01-20-2019, 05:15 PM
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The P is now on STI’s webpage. All the features read like the Tactical... including double stack mags. Even the price is the same which leads me to believe it might be the replacement for the Tactical since the Tactical in no longer on the web page.

It looks like it was the Stacatto style grip texture, not tree bark. It also has the DVC style slide serrations and a fiber optic front sight. It is also available with HOST II? I wonder what the difference is with HOST and HOST II.

The picture shows the HOST gun mounted with a Leupold DDP and the DDP rear iron sight installed. I hope I can get my hands on the front sight so I can finally co-witness my Tactical/DDP set up.
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Old 02-03-2019, 08:07 AM
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Stacatto Professional. A bit confusing as itís a double stack when the first model the staccato c was a single stack.

https://www.1911addicts.com/threads/...7/#post-909379
You're just now confused of STI's direction with their product line?

A single stack 2011 9mm that holds 8 rounds? a single stack 45acp 2011? and now a DS with a similar name? Notreally sure what these guys are doing but it isn't good IMO.
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Old 02-08-2019, 03:45 PM
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You're just now confused of STI's direction with their product line?

A single stack 2011 9mm that holds 8 rounds? a single stack 45acp 2011? and now a DS with a similar name? Notreally sure what these guys are doing but it isn't good IMO.
Don't worry, it'll probably change next week.
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Old 02-09-2019, 08:17 AM
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It has gotten interesting over the past couple of years.

STI has always had "unique" styling, but you could always find several guns that looked like they'd fit in a 1911 holster for the appropriate barrel/slide length.

Now I wonder if everything in their line-up requires a special STI holster, and who makes them (and who can keep up with the design changes)?
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:51 AM
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It has gotten interesting over the past couple of years.

STI has always had "unique" styling, but you could always find several guns that looked like they'd fit in a 1911 holster for the appropriate barrel/slide length.

Now I wonder if everything in their line-up requires a special STI holster, and who makes them (and who can keep up with the design changes)?
I get all my holsters for my STIís from Garrett Industries. Leather lined kydex.
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Old 02-12-2019, 05:20 AM
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I would not order from Extreme....

If your looking to order a STI try Dan at Baltimoreís Best Pawn, Bob and Ingi at Brazos custom (forum moderator) or Dawson Precision.

Ive had dealings with all 3 and they are good to go. Even though they are relatively local I would not use Extreme again.

Thank you, Des. I followed your advice, my Staccato P 9mm (from Dan at BBP) arrived to my FFL on Friday and Iím picking it up today!! He sold me one of the Tree Bark grip special order lot...and at no additional cost. Heís a very nice gentleman and provided great follow-up communication. I would definitely order from him again.

I appreciate your referral.
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:05 AM
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That tree bark grip you got is far superior to the new Staccato grip in my opinion. I can’t believe STI is going to try and charge $250 for it when you can buy an entirely new grip from Extreme Shooters for less than that (then have a backup) or send one if your stock grips in to have worked over for half that price.

Dan is a stand up guy as is Bob and Dawson. We are lucky to have such great vendors. Bob is also a forum mod here though he posts very little these days. If you have a chance to shoot one of his BCG PRO guns you’ll be impresssed. I wish he took on work on gun’s he didn’t sell. I’d send him a bunch to have him do trigger work on. My tuned edge from him had the best trigger of any of my guns. The definition of a glass rod breaking.
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