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Thread: My new toy... ATI 1911 .45 Cal GI Model 4.25 Barrel... What you guys think...

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    My new toy... ATI 1911 .45 Cal GI Model 4.25 Barrel... What you guys think...

    So I purchased my new toy... ATI (American Tactical Imports) 1911 .45 Cal GI Model 4.25 Barrel of nothing but business!!! Haven't shot it yet and would like too know what you guys think about it... All I have heard is that they are incredible made and go head to head with the Kimber's for alot cheaper... I paid $365 plus tax came out too $387 out the door... I couldnt say no too that price since ive seen them go for $469 plus tax almost $500... Was close too gettin a ruger P90 .45 wouldve been almost $550.00... But it was bulky and not as beautiful as a 1911...


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    Congrats on your new pistol!!!! Please let us know how she shoots.

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    It looks clean and very well finished to me. Have fun and be safe.

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    Have u guys ever shot this model? I will be firing this beaut in a week...

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    It looks nice and the price was good, hope you will post a range report.

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    Congratulations on your new toy. I'm sure you will be satisfied with your purchase. ATI commanders are well made 1911 pistols made in the Philippines by Shooters Arms Manufacturing. I have the enhanced model with a Novak's style rear sight (black) and a dovetailed front sight with white dot. I'm very happy with mine.

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    I've got no real complaints about my ATI Titan, I'm sure you'll be happy with it. Yes, range report please.

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    Halito, all. I recently aquired an FXGI model and, so far, am impressed with the reliability of the thing. Enough so that it is currently serving duty as my primary carry piece to save wear and tear on the Colts. I have fed him ball, Gold Dots, Winchester 230 HP, and an odd assortment of older stuff we had hanging around. Sam just eats it up with no problem. I would recommend the ATI/SAM to anyone looking for a 1911 on a budget. Love the 1911, PI (SAM, Armscor, and MetroArms...the guys know their 1911) and the forum.

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    Since the sights on the 4.25 commander is not adjustable how well does th accuracy have and do they sell aftermarket sights too put on? And I cant wait too shoot it I have no patience lol... Range report will be not this weekend but next weekend ahhhhhhhh cant wait its a beaut...

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    Oh and ALL ATI owners can you please post a pic of your 1911's
    Last edited by Pureform; 28th January 2011 at 08:24.


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