It's going to be a pretty inexpensive gun, given the MSRP of $799. Like every other entry in slab-side, including the new Remington's - wait for reports before buying. My guess is that, in the end, they'll give both Remington and Springfield headaches, by dividing, further, marketshare. High end makers won't bat an eye.
I'll be interested in seeing/shooting one. They have made some interesting choices in this gun -- the barrel and bushing are machined from the same piece of bar stock, then kept together to assembly; no firing pin safety, but a lightweight titanium firing pin and heavy-duty spring; etc. Could be an interesting, affordable, accurate 1911.
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