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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Lifeoffaust, Mar 25, 2010.
you posted in the wrong section see if you can pm a mod to get it moved.
how do i private message a mod. I dont even know where to find them?
I'll do it for you
How is talking about handguns in the handgun forum the "wrong section"?
Any-hoot...I like the Opperator over the Kimber. The Opperators seam like they're made a bit better in my opinion. My TRP Loaded Opperator can run circles around any Kimber Custom TLE.
I just wanted to know before i coughed up the money for an operator. Does anyone know where you get the full rail version of the operator?
The TRP model? Good luck! Last I heard they stopped making them...I would Gun Broker it.
Thats kind of what I thought, think i could buy a similar frame?
Smaller frame 1911? That's like asking if you can put smaller tires on a pick-up truck...
Yeah, they make smaller framed 1911s....just google it. I'm guessing you want it for Concealed Carry (CC)? I'd try a Dan Wesson Bobtail 1911.
Smaller frame without the cost of any quality...
This is a Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail...check out the review from GunBlast.
Nah, it's just aesthetically appeasing to me, The full rail just looks good and It was between kimber and springer. More importantly, which of these has a safety on it i dont have to worry about getting switched off if i do decide to use it for concealed carry?
you will someday regret passing up looking @ a Dan Wesson CBOB.
Before I put my foot in my mouth I will say that every 1911 THAT I KNOW OF has an external, manual safety on it. All three that are mentioned in this thread (Dan Wesson, Kimber and Springfield) have both a grip safety and a manual safety (top right of the grip).
I love my springfield operator, half rail. i just sold a full rail one on this sight. I like the fact that springy use forged steel.