Tisas?????

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Tisas?????

Post by SW-52 on Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:11 pm

today for first time, i heard about tisas 1911. this pistols are GI style,but are good option for bullseye begginers,to enhance,modify,etc?? 

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_1225/products_id/411552921

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Post by LenV on Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:50 pm

I also have wondered about the Tisa. They have great reviews but I have not seen any from a Bullseye perspective. There is something to be said for not buying adjustable sights on a pistol that you plan on putting optics on in the future. For the Tisa the upgrades you would want to do right away would be a match barrel, bushing and trigger job. Upgrading the inside of the pistol is where the quality control of the manufacturer is so important. A slightly misaligned hole and quality trigger jobs are tough. The Springfield Range Officer has all of the options you will probably end up doing and do it for a price a lot less then adding them to the Tisa. If you are set on a GI model that you can work up to a quality match pistol then I would stick with a known and trusted pistol. For no more than the cost of a match barrel you could upgrade to a SA that has a match barrel. All of this is just my opinion and you know what they say about opinions. Check out this model.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_1171/products_id/32592/Springfield+PB9108LP+1911+Mil-Spec+7+1+45ACP+5%22+Package

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Post by SW-52 on Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:00 pm

OldMaster66 wrote:I also have wondered about the Tisa. They have great reviews but I have not seen any from a Bullseye perspective. There is something to be said for not buying adjustable sights on a pistol that you plan on putting optics on in the future. For the Tisa the upgrades you would want to do right away would be a match barrel, bushing and trigger job. Upgrading the inside of the pistol is where the quality control of the manufacturer is so important. A slightly misaligned hole and quality trigger jobs are tough. The Springfield Range Officer has all of the options you will probably end up doing and do it for a price a lot less then adding them to the Tisa. If you are set on a GI model that you can work up to a quality match pistol then I would stick with a known and trusted pistol. For no more than the cost of a match barrel you could upgrade to a SA that has a match barrel. All of this is just my opinion and you know what they say about opinions. Check out this model.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_1171/products_id/32592/Springfield+PB9108LP+1911+Mil-Spec+7+1+45ACP+5%22+Package

Thank you master.

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Post by Sa-tevp on Mon Jul 04, 2016 4:14 pm

I got to look inside a stainless steel Tisa/Regent that was apart a few years ago. It had a strange front strap that the owner could not fit a Pachmayr or Hogue wrap-around grip on. Colt grips had a large area of frame showing on the front edge. It struck me as a copy of a copy. Since the owner was having some problems with it I had brought over a Kuhnhausen book, a drill index full of bits to gauge holes and variable calipers. Everything was a little off, at the edge of tolerances.

Really made me decide to stick with Colts, Springfields, STI and Caspian.

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