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Sig Sauer 1911 full size emperor in burnt bronze. Is it safe to assume Wilson combat full size 8 round mags will fit. I just don't like the idea of only two 8 round mags and I may get 10 rounders too

 

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Sig Sauer 1911 full size emperor in burnt bronze. Is it safe to assume Wilson combat full size 8 round mags will fit. I just don't like the idea of only two 8 round mags and I may get 10 rounders too

Nice buy! I have been looking at adding a Sig to my 1911 collection. The Scorpion and Emperor were two I was considering. I was trying to find one back when Sig was offering the free .22 with purchase of a 1911 but, no luck.

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My iphone pics are too big to post. How can I shrink the file down ?

Since I have 2 more permits I'm thinking the sig max might be next but I'm open

To suggestions.

Ivan send them to someone to post.

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My iphone pics are too big to post. How can I shrink the file down ?

Since I have 2 more permits I'm thinking the sig max might be next but I'm open

To suggestions.

Ivan send them to someone to post.

I usually upload to photobucket then post the url link. If you have them on your computer, open in Paint and resize.

 

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Added links to pics. Can someone fix it or is this ok

 

 

 

 

Sig Sauer 1911 full size emperor in burnt bronze. Is it safe to assume Wilson combat full size 8 round mags will fit. I just don't like the idea of only two 8 round mags and I may get 10 rounders too

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I like the Sig Max as a next potential. Maybe a double stacker Para. Glock 21. Shoulda never sold mine. The single stack glock 43. Sig M11-A1 or mk 23 or a p229R. I have ideas but unsure just yet.

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