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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by EZ-E, Mar 23, 2020.
Im a CZ fan also.
Ill have to check one out in person.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I’m waiting to shoot one, before passing judgement. Didn’t think that was on shelves just yet.
I don't think it's out yet either. I was looking at more info and they say it uses CZ grips and mags, but has a 1911 trigger that you can drop regular 1911 parts into. I have plenty of CZ mags. That means you could have your favorite 1911 trigger in a CZ package and not have to buy additional mags. Downside...$1700 price tag when released.
My wish list has the one and only STI Staccato on it. I have a friend who got one and it is AWESOME !!!!!
Smooth and easy as butter, easy rack, steady shoot, dead on accurate. One warning: Every woman that shoot them wants them. I shot the Staccato c. Easy to carry and conceal. My wife loved it because of how easy it was to rack. PLUS it is Texas born and bred.
Ill make sure not to let her shoot it, That STI is becoming more attractive
Definitely have my eye on one. I’ll probably have the same issue with the Mrs. Oh, well. Two wouldn’t hurt my feelings either.
Paraordnance stainless, 5"
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Look at Hayes Customs if your interested in RIA. They'll get it running top notch. Cant go wrong with STI either
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Closest I come is running rounds thru my STI GP6 and more recently a grandpower xcalibur. No longer an STI product but arguably the best thing they ever imported and put their name on.
I run rounds through a couple A2 framed (RIA for double stack in the Para pattern) RIA 1911s. Works great and feels good in hand.
I lust after a 2011 by STI or SVI. This is a different frame from the Para and takes different mags. First note: mags cost more for 2011.
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