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Thread: Introduction of the S-Class.

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    Introduction of the S-Class.

    I just may have a new "Favorite" on my list of future 1911's. :-)
    Just read this: http://forum.m1911.org/showthread.ph...of-the-S-Class

    In case you are not using the Fibonacci Gauge in your designs yet, this has been on my tool wall for a long time now.
    Of course now one can purchase it on-line.
    FibonacciGauge138.jpg
    "Where is the wisdom that we have lost in knowledge?" T.S. Elliot
    Dominus Vobiscum . . . <))>(

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    Just ordered my first

    I have waited for a Commander S 103 version and placed my order yesterday.
    Now the shorter wait begins!

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    Cabot S103 finally arrived. Worth the wait!

    I have to hold it for a couple of weeks (birthday gift), but am anxious to take it to the range..





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    Wow! Looks awesome! I'd like to hear how things go when you get it to the range.

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    Cabot S103 Range Report

    Today I shot another 250 rounds on top of 150 rounds I shot 2 days prior. I ran a total of 5 types of magazines and 10 in total. All 10 magazines ran like a charm. I have had only 4 jams and two were early up with HST Federal ammo and two were a result of lack of lube and HST wide mouth Federal ammo. It is shooting HST Tactical, Black Hills HP, Hornady +P TAP and Freedom HP now without any problems. I have no issues with FMJ ammunitions. Therefore, it took a bit of lube and 300 rounds to run flawless. The pistol is like a fine machine and a little oil helps. I plan to run another 200 rounds thru it and will then break it down and thoroughly clean and lube it. I do shoot a bit to the left at 30 feet, but it is me. Great trigger and I really like the Gold Bead front sight Rob added at my request. The pistol's weight and balance is perfect in the hand. I stopped carrying a 1911 years ago, but this one would be a great choice.




    Joe Montegna is holding a S100 Black Gold model..
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