01-20-2019, 02:08 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Originally Posted by Chuck43
The 6" conversion kit is new, it wasn't offered when I got my kit. If you already have a 6" 1911 then I'd say go for it but remember the compensator is going to add about 1 1/2" to the length of the gun. If you don't, but own a 5" 1911 then get the 5" kit and save the added expense of another gun. That extra 1" isn't going to make much difference in accuracy, especially in the field hunting.
As for accuracy the gun has it, it's as accurate as any of my 1911's and probably more accurate then I'm capable of shooting.
Contrary to popular belief the gun is a pussycat to shoot, the compensator that comes with it really works well. I'm 75 and I also have arthritis in my hands but I have no trouble shooting the gun, it's easier shooting then either my .41 or .44 mag. Rugers.
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