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Best pocket 45 semi

Thinking of getting getting one not sure what would be a good one and might keep in in hostler ? Any thoughts? Gun show this weekend @ Tampa Florida fairgrounds so will look around and get prices. Also JAMA? TY

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2 years 18 weeks ago, 3:03 PM

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http://www.sightm1911.com/lib/review/4x45_1.htm
Or
http://www.concealgun.com/items-3596_45_ACP.aspx

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2 years 18 weeks ago, 6:48 PM

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about 11 weeks + ago. It's about the Sig Sauer compact 1911.. I think it is better than any compact 45 1911, including the Kimber. But if you are looking for a tuperware 45, I think the Springys are a good starting place. If you like Glocks, their 40's and 45's seem very good, but if you want $$ economical, Taurus has some like the new 24/7's.

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2 years 18 weeks ago, 9:52 PM

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TG.. JAMA

your Jama question.. Journal of American Medical Association.. it's a peer revue periodical for docs, like New England, or the British Lancet.. This was based on your vertigo, not lent.. By the way Vertigo is one great movie.. Alfred, Stewart, and a blond gal.. later.. oh, and i think the big bobbies cause your vertigo.. or your vertical grow maybe.. not sure..put down the JAMA and go see the movie.

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2 years 18 weeks ago, 12:46 AM

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TG on the small 45..

See if you can find one of the old Star PD's.. this is a letter perfect copy of the 1911, but with 3 3/4" bbl, and while steel only weighs 25 oz.. you wont find many that say anything but good on the Star line up. My last was a firestar double stack in 9 and a great pistol.. the PD was made from the mid seventies to the mid nineties, excelent little 45, and should be able to get one in good shape for 350 or LESS!!..

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2 years 18 weeks ago, 9:51 AM

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greg az wrote:
See if you can find one of the old Star PD's.. this is a letter perfect copy of the 1911, but with 3 3/4" bbl, and while steel only weighs 25 oz.. you wont find many that say anything but good on the Star line up. My last was a firestar double stack in 9 and a great pistol.. the PD was made from the mid seventies to the mid nineties, excelent little 45, and should be able to get one in good shape for 350 or LESS!!..

I always wanted one of those. Still do. Finding one has proven to be a problem for me, though. Maybe I'll head down to that Tampa gun show myself.

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