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Post by 1983xr on 11/6/2018, 5:28 am

Looking for a pcp air pistol that has the same feel as a 1911. What are you guys using? 

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Post by mpolans on 11/6/2018, 7:56 am

Lots of options. There’s a guy on here and on the targettalk forum who will pop up if you even make a vague reference to custom grips who can probably 3D print you a custom set with a 1911 grip angle for just about any PCP air pistol you buy. Rink Grips also makes some 1911 angle grips for guns (and I think PCP air pistols).

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Post by jglenn21 on 11/6/2018, 8:29 am

Andrew definitely can make you a 1911 style grip for pretty much anything. He made a set for my FAS 6004.

Google precision target grips

Great person to work with

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Post by Chris Miceli on 11/6/2018, 8:41 am

None of be the same as the 1911. Beesman made a co2? conversion unit to run on a factory 1911 lower long ago though
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Post by JKR on 11/6/2018, 8:43 am

I can definitely recommend Andrew. He made a grip for my wife's LP1, then made her a second one when the first wasn't a perfect fit. He will go out of his way to make you happy. As jglenn21 has said, he can make a 1911 grip for about anything. Dronning has one on his new Pardini 22.

Of course Chris is right. None will give the exact feel of a 1911.

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Post by dronning on 11/6/2018, 12:53 pm

JKR wrote:Dronning has one on his new Pardini 22.
Yep have it on a new Bullseye SP 6", great grip.  I have the original Pardini grip and a custom 1911 angled orthopedic style by Dick Horton and after about 1,000-1,500 rounds with each grip I shoot the 1911 grip Andrew "printed" for me the best.

I have always wanted to try a couple of mods to a 1911 grip (for my 45) so I am having Andrew make a couple of mods to a new 1911 grip for the Pardini to see how it works out.
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I also have a 1911 grip on my LP50 Steyr, not one of Andrews but I know he does them for AP's
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Steyr LP 50 just came up for sale under Commercial tab

Post by croesler on 11/8/2018, 7:33 pm

Nothing better than Steyr LP 50 for timed and rapid practice.  Will outshoot a Pardini SP very easily.

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Post by 1983xr on 11/9/2018, 5:50 am

OK the Steyr LP 50 seems the way to go. I see a standard and HP and then it is in long and compact versions. I need a little more help. The use will be for training for EIC matches. The last question is where to get one? Looks like I just missed the one one this forum.
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Post by croesler on 11/9/2018, 6:05 am

Dennis at Krale Shooting Sport in the Netherlands is terrific and I recommend him. I know it seems like a long ways, but I ordered from him and had my gun and gear 5 days later direct to my door. No FFL baloney. Look up Krale Schietsport online or PM me your email and I’ll send his contact info. It’s actually cheaper buying over there than domestically. I got the long version and love it. They also sell a little gizmo that lets you mount a red dot if you want to. Nice about Steyr 50 is that red dot option just in case.

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Post by dronning on 11/9/2018, 8:08 am

1983xr wrote:The last question is where to get one? Looks like I just missed the one one this forum.
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Pilkguns, Scott hosts targetTalk.org he is great to work with.  He has the 1911 grips, heavy trigger kits, optic mounts, scuba tank adapters or air pumps, etc... for the LP50, usually all in stock.

His store:
https://www.pilkguns.com/store/Air-Pistols-c23624306
- Dave
Get the compact, I have the standard length (bought it used) with 1911 grips, heavy trigger and optic mount great for Slow and sustained fire practice.

FYI there is a new model out the LP50 HP which I assume means High Power, I'd confirm this with Scott.  The HP might have more recoil (more realistic maybe) but I'd guess less shots per fill.
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