You know I wasn't going to reply but I thought maybe I can save you some grief. I read an article on this gun and it wasn't too good. Now I dont normally take stock in gunwriters but why buy this DW when you can get a Kimber or something else. The gun wasnt very accurate. Its just seems like you would put alot into it to make it right. Just my thought. Good luckOriginally posted by JOEE:
I'm going to order a DAN WESSON 1911/pointman match grade tomorrow,I spoke with the company it will take about 8weeks.They seem like a good deal.
Bold statement sir. I commend you for having the guts to say that.Originally posted by waldopepper303:
I have a Ransom rest that has shot more guns than anyone on this forum, and it would be a lousy gun writer, in my opinion. (Or, in other words, just photographs of a pistol being tested without the interpretation and evaluation of a knoledgeable gunsmith or firearms engineer are not the way to evaluate a particular pistol.)
Thank you for listening.
Originally posted by Bompa:
I saw the Dan Wesson line of 1911's at a gun
show recently and they looked very nice..The only problem I had was that they cannot be
sold in Mass.. It is rumored that there will be a list of new guns that will be legal to sell new.. At the moment a pistol has to be made before 10/98 to be legal to sell..
Real pain in the a**,if you know what I mean..