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Own a Gunsite Service Pistol Springfield Compact LW. VERY satisfied with it; happy with the pistol and the work done by Ted Yost(who is no longer employed by Gunsite). I use 230gr jhp defense ammo so I like my 45acp caliber pistols with no less then a 4 inch barrel. It fits all three of your requirements (for me).
 

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I've got a Kimber Compact CDP. Love it. Accurate, reliable, and purdy to boot. I agree with bucksnuffer though, the night sights are caca. But not so bad that I'm running out to replace them.
 

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I know I'm gonna get flamed for this, but....I vote for the HK usp compact. I got a few Kimbers and have sho a friends Wilson. But when push come to shove, I'll take an HK for the most reliable, durable, and accurate compact 45.

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I have to put my imput in for the SA compact. I own one and have yet to have a problem with it. Been reliable and accurate.
 

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I spoke with Ted at the Gunsite Alumni Shoot last month. He left Gunsite around the beginning of October. He will be doing gunsmithing work on his own in the near future.
 

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Originally posted by PoodleShooter:
I know I'm gonna get flamed for this, but....I vote for the HK usp compact. I got a few Kimbers and have sho a friends Wilson. But when push come to shove, I'll take an HK for the most reliable, durable, and accurate compact 45.

Flame away (nomex on).
I agree with one reservation, the double stack body will be less concealable than the single stack competitors. But the HK has double action options.

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