With regards to the SDS Tisas 1911A1 Service, I know the frame and slide are cerakoted, but are they carbon steel or stainless steel underneath?
Sorry. I’ve been working on guns at home. I’ll try to go this weekend or next week. Complaints I read about from 2003 have been resolved. I don’t see plastic on it at all. Probably in the mag though. I’m waiting for a few Springfield mags. Crossing my fingers hoping they fit.Well, did you take it to the range? What ammo did you shoot in it?
I have the same model and I have never had a problem with it.
Let us know.
Try this > https://www.sdsimports.com/default.aspI could have sworn I read/heard that the newer Tisas frames are forged, but for the life of me I cannot find where I saw that. Normally the price point would have me suspect cast, but my Charles Daly was in the same price range, and it has a forged frame...however its made in Italy, not the P.I.
Can anyone here verify if the frames are cast or forged?
After going through mine and going through Springers I believe you bought the better gun.I went with a Springfield Milspec instead.