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    Umerex Colt 1911-22 & Sig GSG 1911 22

    I have both and want to lay it out for you and your choice.
    The Walther/Umerex Colt is OUTSTANDING & can't say enough good about it. I wish I had bought it first.

    The GSG 1911 22 is an OK gun but not the gun the Colt is. Racking the slide is a grinding sound and feel.
    To take down the GSG, you have to remove 3 items(from the barrel) instead of 1 for the Colt.


    Buy the Colt, you'll love it.
    The Colt is smooth and reliable.


    Thanks.............Ed
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    My shooting buddy bought a GSG at the gun show we had here this past weekend. We went to the range today and the German gun functioned properly right out of the box. He had not cleaned or lubed. Straight out of the box 100 rounds in a row!

    Decent groups for the price, and I was able to hit six inch plates at 25 yards about 50% of the time.

    GSG 1911 .22 pisol | The Firearm Blog

    I have yet to shoot the uramax, but the one I held recently was NOT what I want people to think of when they see the name Colt.

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    Ah reckon ah'll jest keep shootin' this ole 1939 Service Ace that muh pappy gave me:






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    The Walther/Umerex Colt is OUTSTANDING
    Agreed...


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    i just took out my SIg 1911/22 and it was 100% with the 200 rounds of CCI mini mags that i ran thur it. the next time i will take alot of other ammo incluidng bulk stuff. yes there is some "grinding" but imo,it isnt grinding but some not so smooth surfaces rubbing. i can feel the same on some other non expensive guns sometimes. i havent got a Umerex yet, but i will one of these days. btw, i have an 80s ACE too, but the floating chamber leads up so i have to keep an eye on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripod1947 View Post
    The Walther/Umerex Colt is OUTSTANDING & can't say enough good about it. I wish I had bought it first.

    Ed
    That's the first positive comment I've ever seen about anything Umerex has made. I owned one of their Walthers. Unquestionable one of the most unreliable firearms I've ever seen!

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    I'll stick with my Colt Service Model Ace of you don't mind.

    ColtServiceModelAce.jpg
    Who's the idiot that sold-off New-Amsterdam? I could have been reading this board in Dutch!

    If guns are the cause of gunviolence, pens are responsible for writingerrors.

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    I have a Colt Umarex 1911, too. It's a great gun, alright, I like the satin finish. I had some trouble installing the cartridge, though.
    And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse. Rev. 4:5.
    From the throne came flashes of lightning, rumblings, and peals of thunder. Before the throne, seven lamps were blazing. Rev. 19:11.


 

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