Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

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Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby Merc6 » Sun Jul 31, 2016 8:10 pm

I was able to fire a similar one just before I fired my CPX-2 and pretty much fell in love. Recoil and grouping was great, didn't feel like I was holding a huge piece of metal. Here is the actual gun and specs for what I am actually getting. Pics below are the range gun rental for 10 round test fire.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/ ... rrorView_Y

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Re: Model SW1911Sc

Postby Merc6 » Sat Aug 06, 2016 11:49 pm

Finally went through with it, it's mine now.

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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby getvicious » Sun Aug 07, 2016 2:20 am

Nice.
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby Mrbone » Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:26 am

That is very nice! Let us know how it shoots!
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby Merc6 » Sun Aug 07, 2016 6:55 pm

getvicious wrote:Nice.

Thanks!

Mrbone wrote:That is very nice! Let us know how it shoots!

It shoots very well. It's light compared to other 1911's but not super light that it affects recoil. 200 rounds 0 issues like the Sccy when I got it but I didn't walk away feeling fatigued like the Sccy. This totally didn't fit in the pockets like the Sccy does. Also not as easy to disassemble as the Sccy is. They say you need tools for the Sccy but my fingernails were plenty enough. With the full size guide rod it's tricky trying to do w/o the plastic "Bottle opener" tool but takes getting used to. I spent a few hours each day practicing draw, thumb safety then fire.
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby Merc6 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 6:02 am

I tossed on the Clipdraw recently. I was skeptical because the one pictured and reviews said it didn't fit the abi safety models.
The one that was sent looked different from the one on line and it did fit w/o interfering with the safety.

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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby arcus10mm » Sun Aug 28, 2016 2:24 pm

Invoice $14,343 $75,295
Fuel Economy 27 MPG city/ 38 MPG hwy 21 MPG city/ 29 MPG hwy -
Engine 1.6 L/97 Regular Unleaded I-4 3.0 L/183 Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-6 -
Transmission Manual, 6 Auto, 8 -
Horsepower 137 hp @ 6300 rpm 320 hp @ 5200 rpm -
Torque 123 hp @ 4850 rpm 330 hp @ 1380 rpm -
Basic Warranty 5 Years/60,000 Miles 4 Years/50,000 Miles -
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby arcus10mm » Sun Aug 28, 2016 5:22 pm

parkerd wrote:Well, Arcus, a lot of work but the end result was rational.
No where did you attempt to claim the BMW was the same fit, finish, performance, etc etc as the Hyundai.

But Hyundai has got the better warranty they must be using glue and wood shims :lol:
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby Merc6 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:00 pm

I usually post both guns because some groups/forums frown upon showing a gun other than the original forums gun.
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby jcwit » Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:33 am

parkerd wrote:Comparing an CPX to a S&W 1911 SC? - How hysterically funny! Like comparing pictures of a Hyundai to a BMW 7 series. SCCY owners just crack me up.


Ever own a BMW?
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Re: Smith & Wesson E Series Two Tone Model SW1911SC

Postby fla-gypsy » Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:37 pm

I've never owned a BMW, never really wanted one. My Ford truck takes me every where I want to go. Often times the difference in perceived quality and value correlation are completely averse. Do my Taurus Model 83 and my S&W Model 10 cost the same? Nope, $500 difference. Do they do the same thing reliably, yep sure do. Both will put a .38 special round downrange with equal predictability. So which one is better? Neither, but the Taurus is a much better value. Cost is never the best indicator of value.
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