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    Not sure if there has been a thread about it yet, but I just came across this gun. Interesting! Iím a 1911 lover, but not a fan of carrying with a thumb safety. Iíd give it a try, but not sure why. Kinda doesnít fit as a range gun or carry gun for me. But, still interesting!
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    Interesting trigger. Wonder if it is a traditional shoe, or somehow a bar. I do like the top of the slide! I also noticed how the safety is pinned through the beaver tail. A lot of interesting stuff going on there.

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    Haven't seen or heard of that one at all. Maybe I'm out of the loop? For what tiny bit it might be worth it doesn't sing to me yet. There's been a few that didn't sing at first sight but took up a tune later one when I handled them. Might be the case here.
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    My sentiments exactly. If I could get one on the cheap, or shoot a friends, Iíd like to give one a go. Given what itís made of, it would make for an interesting gun to polish, but I think the backstrap would ruin the look. I sure do like that ball milled slide top though!

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    Looks like a Sig Officer's Model 1911 (if there is such a thing) and a S&W M&P had a baby.

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    I think it looks nice. Does kind of look like an M&P which I have owned. Just like this one, didn't like the trigger. The slide stop looks like H&K. Safety? Who needs a stinkin safety.........................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken L View Post
    Looks like a Sig Officer's Model 1911 (if there is such a thing) and a S&W M&P had a baby.
    Sig does make officers, or at least they did
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    For a striker gun it is interesting. I don't really consider my Kahrs to be striker fired because of their excellent DA triggers, even though they are. The only other striker fired gun I have is a Shield Plus, which I bought for size, capacity, and the fact that it does have a manual safety. I don't care for non-Kahr striker guns without them. I'm going to be doing some research on this one. Thanks for posting this Bird!

    edit: Just looked more closely at the picture and noticed that it has an exposed hammer. I think the engineers at S&W must be dipping into the pysilocybin to boost their creativity.

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    My understanding is itís a railgun, hence the name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    Thanks for posting this Bird!
    Why certainly sir!

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