I second that. With a hand-fitted barrel, my PC1911 is more accurate than LB Premier II with 1.5" guarantee! The finish/reliability are better in PC1911 and it is less picky on ammo.rbert0005 said:You will probably find that you have a real quality 1911 in your hands.
I rate the PC 1911 higher than my Les Baer Premier in fit and finish. Accuracy is about the same too.
Did you buy a black PC1911 or glassbead stainless? If you bought black (Melonite), it usually comes with a black aluminum trigger as well as black extractor. Other versions of the PC1911 come with silver trigger. Either PC1911 is an excellent shooter, but I like black.DANGER1 said:I looked at several of these, one had a black trigger, mine a silver one, another a silver extractor, mine a black one.....?
Nice! Wood grip panels look 'right' somehow.hardhead60 said:
Normally you don't see the pins that hold the trigger, only the screw that you can use to adjust the trigger. There should be some amount of play in the beavertail, and you may need to push it straight for it not to bind to the frame. If that play becomes excessive, you may ask S&W to refit the beavertail safety.DANGER1 said:My silver trig. almost seems to stick out too far, you can see the 2 small pins that hold it to the mechanism? Also noticed that if I push the beaver tail slightly to the right it will not move into the frame, moving it to the left is fine....?
Any input on these 2 minor things appreciated.