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101621 No. 101621 ID: f41511
So what is the general consensus on the 1911-380?

I think it looks interesting.
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>> No. 101622 ID: 52ed6e
Dumb gimmick.
>> No. 101624 ID: f41511
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Why thank you 52ed6e for that informative response. Such overwhelming detail. You sure make me happy I'm not on kinder /k/
>> No. 101625 ID: f41511
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>> No. 101626 ID: f41511
  Has hickok45 reviewed every firearm known to man?
>> No. 101631 ID: 454a4b
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I'm sure this will find a market. It's small, handy & good quality.

Decent semi-compact CCW piece since it's slim and nicely rounded, but almost feels like a full sized with its 4.25" barrel. Also good for small women who don't enjoy full sized 1911s but appreciate the aesthetic. Or people that like cocked & locked carry.
>> No. 101633 ID: cd5ece
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My first thought was "meh". But after looking at it for a little bit, I kinda want one. I think there are other, more practical, CCW type guns, but this one has some appeal.

Locked breach and a polymer lower... interesting.

>> No. 101637 ID: f2172d

I handled the polymer and regular versions side by side last weekend. I'd still take the regular version over the polymer frame. I can't place it, but the polymer didn't 'feel' right in my hand. As a side note, you can engage the safety even when the hammer is decocked, similar to a Sig P238.
>> No. 101646 ID: f41511
I thought it was only available as a composite frame?
>> No. 101648 ID: b8b6a1
Shit, you are right. I was handling the browning and a colt polymer frame mustang side by side. Brain fart.
>> No. 101667 ID: 67d0ab
Huh, wonder if the mags would run in a Mustang/P238 as well?

Looks interesting either way.
>> No. 101986 ID: 2ed649
In Mexico, that's the standard 1911. I want to get one for my dad now.
>> No. 101994 ID: 044fd0
Colt Mustang was a thing for a long time and nobody cared. I assume this is of similar dimensions which puts it in a similar weight class as a PPK, relatively large and heavy compared to the itty bitty polymer pocket .380's but probably much more pleasant to shoot. I probably won't buy one, but I don't hate it.
>> No. 102145 ID: 9cb715
I always assumed Mexican 1911s would be mostly .38 Super.
>> No. 102150 ID: 52ed6e
They are.
>> No. 102151 ID: 454a4b
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Then why say it's already the standard in Mexico?
.380ACP (or .380 Auto) is not .38 Super
>> No. 102167 ID: 6d019b
Actually yeah, if it's scaled down it'd be kind of neat to mess with and what's the harm in another gun anyway?

I like the standard size 1911, a mini one would be adorable.
>> No. 102176 ID: db281d

Gun Jesus Apocrypha: The Gospel of Browning

>> No. 105542 ID: 5af259
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Here's your baby 1911
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