High Standard 1911

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Izzy, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. Izzy

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    I just got my "first" 1911 in a trade last night, an H.S. Crusader Compact.

    My first question is when buying parts/accessories for this, What do I get it for? Gov't, Officer, Cmdr or other.

    My second question, is there any upgrade parts I should consider getting right away?
     
  2. iamme

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    What's the barrel length/pics? I'm gonna guess commander or officer without looking up.
     
  3. Izzy

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    3.5, no pics "YET"
     
  4. iamme

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    I'm gonna wager a guess of officer.
     
  5. mesinge2

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    I sorry to be the one to tell you this but you just contracted an incurable disease.
    And the symptoms of 1911itis are a longing for more 1911s, mass acquiring of accessories for 1911s, bragging when you get a new 1911, and the only treatment is a steady supply of 45 ACP ammunition used in 7 or 8 +1 doses.

    Congrats my fellow 1911 sufferer!
     
  6. usmc

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    i would upgrade with a wilson internal kit. sear,disconnect, trigger etc. they make a world of difference .
     
  7. stitchclimber

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    I hope you're high standard does you well... I had a H.S. GI model and it was teh suck... poor accuracy, wouldn't return to battery, rattled a lot when shaken... hope mine was just a lemon though.
     
  8. Izzy

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    I just got back home from shooting it.

    I had ZERO malfunctions, it was very nice to shoot. As for rattling, this pistol is tight.

    As far as accuracy goes, I can't say at this time. I was not shooting paper today, only steel targets. I am pleased with its performance so far.

    "1911itis" I knew it was a bad idea before I got it. Hence, My "FIRST" 1911

    I should not have gotten this, because I already suffer from 10/22itis. Well to be honest I'm addicted to to guns & modifying guns.
     
  9. iamme

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    Word of caution - 1911's aren't simple tinker items if your end goal is quality/performance. I love them but they are particular creatures.
     
  10. shootersully

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    A word of advice - never count how many 1911's you have! That way, if your wife ever asks "just how many of those things do your own?", you can answer truthfully "I don't know".
    Check out this video from STI. M-1911 Animation
     
  11. mesinge2

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