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Springfield Armory GI PW9108LP 45 ACP

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The Springfield GI pistol is a barebones 1911 that is good-to-go out of the box. It’s a good fit for Wild Bunch shooting.

Springfield Armory GI PW9108LP 45 ACP

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GI sights or Mil-Spec? Some claim little difference in shooting, others feel the difference is marked. We think the Mil-Spec sight (top) is the better choice, because it offers a better picture than the GI yet maintains the anti-snag appeal of the low-profile shape.

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