Paul at Firearms News takes a look at the US Army 1911 A1..
"We ran about three boxes of .45s through the Army that afternoon and are pleased to say that we did not experience a single malfunction. As can be seen in the photos, all of the rounds expended found their way to the “proper” places of the target. It’s been several years since I’ve fired a Mil Spec 1911, but the TISAS M1911A1 US Army proved to me that the reputation “Old Slab Sides” earned, at the sharp end of stick, since 1911 was well deserved. While I have owned a number (Becky says “too many”) of modern combat pistols, I would not hesitate to use the TISAS as a primary defensive handgun."
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