GUN Charles Daly 1911

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  1. Dsking85

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    anybody have any experience with these?

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    All the bells and whistles, but not what I'd call a "quality" 1911. I've heard of many that were great outta the box, heard some some minor tweaks needed to get them to run right; lastly, there's the nightmares...
     
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    well this guy wants $375 shipped for it.
     
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    It looks decent, but I, for one, don't care for the Commander, nor Officer's models. IMHO, 1911's were meant to be 5" guns.

    Look at the bright side, it's stainless, so it'll hold up. It already has all the possible cosmetic upgrades, so it looks visually appealing and seems to be functional.

    If it sucks, sell it. You should be able to easily get your money back out of it or possibly a decent pistol in trade, if needed.
     
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    would there be any performance difference between the 4" and the 5"?
     
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    That would be kinda like arguing about the difference b/t a M4 and a 16" barrel. For the average Joe, it ain't gonna make much difference.
     

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