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 Best out-of-box trigger on a Semi-Auto? 
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 Post subject: Re: Best out-of-box trigger on a Semi-Auto?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 7:16 am 
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nitzer wrote:
I can see the allure of the 1911, just so happened that despite it's malfunctions it just
wasn't the right weapon for me personally. The main reason for selling it had to do with
the ergonomics of it. I can ride the thumb safety on Witness comfortably, but I just
couldn't on the 1911. When I tried to, it would rub the web of my hand something
fierce. Like I said, it was bigger in some critical areas that just didn't agree with my
grip and that hampered my efforts to shoot it well. At that point, it probably would've
become a safe queen. I'm a shooter, not a collector. A safe queen does me absolutely
no good... :D


You could have changed to the low ride safety!

Water under the bridge.

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 Post subject: Re: Best out-of-box trigger on a Semi-Auto?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:36 am 
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nitzer wrote:
I can see the allure of the 1911, just so happened that despite it's malfunctions it just
wasn't the right weapon for me personally. The main reason for selling it had to do with
the ergonomics of it. I can ride the thumb safety on Witness comfortably, but I just
couldn't on the 1911. When I tried to, it would rub the web of my hand something
fierce. Like I said, it was bigger in some critical areas that just didn't agree with my
grip and that hampered my efforts to shoot it well. At that point, it probably would've
become a safe queen. I'm a shooter, not a collector. A safe queen does me absolutely
no good... :D


I can respect all of that. :D

You're right, if it's not the gun for you, then it's not the gun for you. And I don't have safe queens either. 8)

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