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JAB528
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The Mexican Ocean
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas

You can get a lot of good 1911s for that price....


Chad504boy
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
i got no money to spend and all the wants in the world.

I also really want this gun. Beretta PX4 Storm INOX .40 cal
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JAB528
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The Mexican Ocean
Member since Jun 2012
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
I know the feeling. Poor people unite!


purpleNgoldsaint
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Houma Louisiana
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Those are both fine weapons. Different styles of 1911 so you need to decide do you want more of a loaded option (the S&W) or a mil spec (the Springfield).


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weagle99
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Don't care for Smiths.


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RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
My buddy is selling a 9mm like that


Chad504boy
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Greenbriar WV
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91495 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
INOX slide? how much he want? I kind of really want the .40 but....


Tigerpaw123
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Louisiana
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9991 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
I like the S&W better


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bapple
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Capital City
Member since Oct 2010
8293 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
quote:

That's an understatement.

The OP will get no less than 4 paragraphs.






I love mine. Mine personally is a bit picky about magazines but I think that's only my specific one because other 1911s all run my stuff just fine. I just haven't felt like dealing with sending it back to S&W to get a tiny issue resolved. It works really well anyway.

It's a damn deal. Mine with night sights and a rail was $1199. I think you should hop on it.

What I love about the S&W ones (and the Ruger ones) is that they use a series 70 style firing mechanism. There is no firing pin block. The trigger is awesome out of the box. Couldn't be more pleased.



RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Let me ask him. You in NOLA?


Chad504boy
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
quote:

Let me ask him. You in NOLA?


pretty much, i'm only mildly interested if he's offering a can't resist deal.


RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Think the lowest he would go would be $400 tbh. Low round count though


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BarDTiger81
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re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
quote:

Poor people unite!


You rang?


JAB528
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The Mexican Ocean
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wadewilson
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San Francisco
Member since Sep 2009
18541 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
If that is the exact model of Springfield, that is a Mil-Spec, and $950 is steep.





Shit, a year ago, you could get a loaded model Springfield for under $800.


TigerOnThe Hill
Member since Sep 2008
3156 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
That looks like an E series S&W. It has a MSRP of $919. Given the current supply of guns, $899 sounds like a good price. SA is known for making a solid gun, but that one seems a little overpriced for the features. OTOH, my old eyes would really prefer the higher profile sights of the S&W; the S&W's front strap checkering is nice also. If it were me, I'd prolly go for the S&W.


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Rize
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2011
2272 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Somebody posted a web site on here a few days ago and they had a stainless Springfield 1911 for $600 bucks. I'm sure it was plain Jane but still it was a great deal.


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Rize
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2011
2272 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
LINK

Here's the link and the stainless start a $580 and run up to $1100. There is a nice one for $680 not sure if it had the same specs as the one at Cabelas.


Chad504boy
New Orleans Saints Fan
Greenbriar WV
Member since Feb 2005
91495 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
i think the whole site is otu of stock.


wadewilson
LSU Fan
San Francisco
Member since Sep 2009
18541 posts

re: Rate this 1911 at Cabelas
Yeah, it may be old.


$600 is a pretty good price for a mil spec SA...........or at least it was a year ago. I passed on the chance to buy a loaded parkerized model for $750 at Jim's Firearms.

ETA: It was hard to find Springfield 1911's even before the shite hit the fan.
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