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SIG Sauer 1911 Granite Series Revolution 45 ACP, $1049 (Grade B+ May 2006)

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A little bulkier than other 1911s, the Revolution is nonetheless aprecision-made pistol with above-average accuracy in most cases.

SIG Sauer 1911 Granite Series Revolution 45 ACP, $1049 (Grade B+ May 2006)

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The Sigarms Revolution offered several details that are unusual, one of which was the way the magazine well was beveled. Note the clean sculpting at the corners. Checkering front and rear wasŻsuperb.
The SigLite night sights were sharp as arrows in the dark, but we thought the daylight sight pictureŻwas cluttered, especially at the rear sight. We suspect the small disk on the side of the slide (arrow) was a firing-pin lock, but a key was not supplied. The external extractor was flawless in our testing.

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