As well has mine. It's an extremely smooth, well functioning (albeit heavy), 1911. That heavy slide however is almost certainly a good thing in a 10mm 1911.SauerKraut said:My Razorback continues to impress, BTW. It has been flawless since its little trip to the factory right after I got it.
I occasionally shoot IDPA ESP or SSP and USPSA Limited w/a 10mm, but it's my G20 not my RZ.woodyed said:Com'on Bob, lets make this Commander in 9mm. The market is crying out for a 9mm Commander because there has been none made or available since Colt stopped making them some time ago. This would be the ideal caliber and size gun for a lot of IDPA shooters. Don't take my word for it, just read the article in the July/Aug issue of "American Handgunner" starting on page 66, and more to the point, page 103, which states that the 9mm is the top choice for IDPA. I might add that it will be very popular now in UPSA, as it was just voted in for the major power factor in this organization. You might add to the appeal of a 9mm in the market place is that it is cheaper to shoot, lighter recoil, and ammo more readily available. These are factors that the 10mm can't lay claim to, plus I have yet to see or hear of anyone shooting a 10mm in IDPA, USPSA, or ISPSA.