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3rd September 2007, 16:10
6th September 2007, 08:24
Now that is a spectacular photo!
Professional, touched up?
6th September 2007, 10:04
Nice photo! They put very nice grips on that one!
7th September 2007, 01:59
Ah, yes. I should have looked closer at the trigger guard shadow :-)
7th September 2007, 09:01
How does that compare to Springer's 9mm? I'd like to add a 1911 9mm to the collection.
8th September 2007, 17:30
As luck would have it, I got to run a few mags through a brand new one today!
The first thing I go for on any 1911 is the trigger, but to get to that, I had to rack the slide. It was buttery smooth, with no hitch. Lock up was very tight and the slide to frame fit was excellent. This one had a FLGR, not the recoil master option.
The feed ramp and throat were well polished. I ran three empty brass through it and they fed just fine. The bbl crowning was also very well executed.
The trigger, as with most sub thousand dollar guns, had a little creep to it, but nothing to dis it over. I'd still smooth it out, though.
The thing ran perfectly with the mecgar mags and punched a little one inch hole at 10yds.
I've now shot all the major contenders; Springer, Para, Special K, Les Baer and now, the Trojan. Of these, there's no question the Baer is in a different league, but I would buy the Trojan, $ince I'd only u$e it for IDPA ESP.
Two thumbs up and extra butter on the popcorn.
24th September 2007, 10:57
Sorry... he was running Metalforms, not mecgar. I just dont know what got into me. :p
24th September 2007, 21:32
How do you like the front strap on it
25th September 2007, 14:23
I cant speak for 45r, but I loved everything about the Trojan, except for the trigger. Even that wasn't terrible. The gun just seems to find the "sweet spot" in my hand and feels very natural and comfortable. The security of the front strap treatment was solid and effective.
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