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Sig 1911-22 w/Alchin mount and topped with a C-More, Tac-Sol compensator, custom slide-racker.
   
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Wilson Combat Master Grade AccuComp LE Colt 1911
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JohnUSCG;2044 Wrote:Sig 1911-22 w/Alchin mount and topped with a C-More, Tac-Sol compensator, custom slide-racker.

How much does something like that weigh? Just interested.

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JohnUSCG;2044 Wrote:Sig 1911-22 w/Alchin mount and topped with a C-More, Tac-Sol compensator, custom slide-racker.

John, I never thought of you an an Open Gun kinda guy. This changes everything..... Big Grin

Nice looking gun. Do you ever have any problems with reliability and the .22 round? Usually when I see a 1911 having issues at a match it is running something smaller than a .45.
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The weight isn't very much off a traditional .45 steel framed gun. It is very manageable.

Walt- I've shot just about everything at steel.......saw this come for sale from a fellow forum member and couldn't resist. My whole goal is shooting faster. This does that VERY well. (I did go a little much with adding the compensator.......but it doesn't move AT ALL now when shooting)

I have had zero issues with reliability. The key (for me) seems to be 2-fold; 1)keep the gun clean. .22 is filthy shooting ammo. A complete tear down is necessary after about 500 rounds. 2) .22 guns are very picky with what ammo they like to run. CCI mini-mags seem to be one of the best and I prefer the copper-washed to keep leading to a minimum. Blazer 40gr RN is another very consistent round.


We keep saying it, Walt....... But you have to come shooting at some steel some day soon. Match fee is on me!
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JohnUSCG;13372 Wrote:The weight isn't very much off a traditional .45 steel framed gun. It is very manageable.

Walt- I've shot just about everything at steel.......saw this come for sale from a fellow forum member and couldn't resist. My whole goal is shooting faster. This does that VERY well. (I did go a little much with adding the compensator.......but it doesn't move AT ALL now when shooting)

I have had zero issues with reliability. The key (for me) seems to be 2-fold; 1)keep the gun clean. .22 is filthy shooting ammo. A complete tear down is necessary after about 500 rounds. 2) .22 guns are very picky with what ammo they like to run. CCI mini-mags seem to be one of the best and I prefer the copper-washed to keep leading to a minimum. Blazer 40gr RN is another very consistent round.


We keep saying it, Walt....... But you have to come shooting at some steel some day soon. Match fee is on me!

Do you guys shoot Steel year round? With the USPSA Season coming to a close soon, I should have a bit more free time. I think this year I'm going to shoot IDPA in the off season to keep proficient.
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There are steel matches held monthly at Southern Lancaster Co Farmers and Sportsmen except January. I'll be sure to keep you informed.
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