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Old April 30th, 2017, 11:15 PM   #1
 
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SR 1911 CMD Beavertail Grip Safety

Hello! Took my new CMD. 45acp to the range this weekend and although I was pleased with the accuracy and functioning, I was not pleased with the grip safety. I have a Para Expert with a factory Beavertail Grip Safety that is extremely comfortable. I have carried a full size 1911 in 45 acp for over 25 years and am accustomed to the recoil, it just seems the scalloped sides just bite in to me. Does anyone know of a replacement that is shaped similar to the Para or Wilson combat drop in grip safety? Is this a .250 radius cut? Love the gun but need something more comfortable. Thanks in advance! Rudy



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