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    I have two 1911's that I am very found of:

    A. S&W-PD for carry.
    B. Kimber Team Match II for the range.

    Both are excllent shooters and have failed me.


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    Ed Brown - special Forces 1911


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    Quote Originally Posted by beretta-neo View Post
    Ed Brown - special Forces 1911

    I don't have a favorite .45 ACP- yet, still too inexperienced, but that's a sweet pistol

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    Baldy

    Do you mean that both guns have never failed you?


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    My Beretta Cougar 8045F. It has a rotating barrel so it's very smooth for me to shoot.

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    I guess the only one I have must be my favorite and it's an M&P45Fs.
    I swapped my M&P40 for it because the 40 recoil was bothering my Arthritic wrists. It's working great for me so far.

    FWIW. I purchased a sample of LSWC's so the holes in paper would be easier to see. While preparing to load them I decided to give the M&P a tough test regarding feed performance. Some empty cases were loaded in a mag and hand cycled through the pistol with no hangups. None of my other Auto's will feed empty brass. And before you ask, no I don't plan on carrying a mag load of empties.


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    Kimber Pro Raptor II
    Sig P220

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    I have two. Nighthawk Talon IV and Wilson CQB Compact.


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    Ruger KP90DC...

    ...because the action is initially like a DA revolver...no fumbling for slow hands...they're ultra-reliable...plenty accurate for defense...even less recoil than my Combat Commander had...just a pure pleasure to shoot...the decocker makes for safe handling and carrying...

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    I gotta say my favorite is any kimber .45. Can't go wrong with them.

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    1911. nuff said.

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    Tanfoglio Witness .45 in Wonder finish. It is beautiful and super accurate. I can hit a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 paper EVERY time from 25 yards and I'm a hack. It's a tank, though. All steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomwalshco View Post
    Tanfoglio Witness .45 in Wonder finish...is...super accurate. I can hit a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 paper EVERY time from 25 yards and I'm a hack...
    Although that's better than I can now do, what with old age and arthritis and all, hitting "a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 paper" at 25 yards does not qualify a pistol as "super accurate."
    You say you're a "hack." OK, what sort of groups will it make in expert hands? Do you know?
    Please advise.

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    It's actually the little brother of the Italian Tanfoglio "Gold Match" (5 1/4" barrel) that is used world-wide in bigtime shooting competitions. Here - http://www.eaacorp.com/handguns-witn...scription.html

    They make weapons for the Israeli army and parts for Beretta. Good enough for me. With my eyes, a sheet of paper at 75' looks like a little white blur.

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    Currently my favorite .45 is my Taurus OSS DS. Very well built and accurate extremely comfortable to shoot.

    Many people bash Taurus, I have two and they are great guns. I also own Glock/Sig/Browning/S&W/Colt/Ruger handguns-so I can compare.

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    Concur on the Taurus. Have a Mil Pro .45 for winter carry. It's perfect for my needs. Have a Taurus 9mm, too and like the looks of their new .380 for pocket carry.

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    My colt/caspian frame commander that I did all the work to myself and it works great.

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    The classic. Colt .45 Government Model.

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    Glock 30 is my favorite right now. Recoil is very reasonable and it is not impossible to conceal. I really liked my Colt 1991A1, but I needed a concealed carry .45 cal that did not pull my pants to the floor or my back out of whack. I found that most of my opinions regarding which pistol to own changed completely once I started attaching the gun to my body everyday. I will purchase the G21 before spring (home defense) and a Kahr 45 (edc) as well. My Keltec P3AT or G26 have become my EDC's far more often now than the G30.

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    Glock 30 is my favorite right now. Recoil is very reasonable and it is not impossible to conceal. I really liked my Colt 1991A1, but I needed a concealed carry .45 cal that did not pull my pants to the floor or my back out of whack. I found that most of my opinions regarding which pistol to own changed completely once I started attaching the gun to my body everyday. I will purchase the G21 before spring (home defense) and a Kahr 45 (edc) as well. My Keltec P3AT or G26 have become my EDC's far more often now than the G30.

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