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Sig Scorpions with threaded barrels are in stock at Mississippi Auto Arms! The legendary 1911 design has been brought into the 21st century with the refinement today’s shooters demand. The SIG SAUER® 1911 proves that close tolerances equal complete reliability and need not be incompatible in an off-the-shelf pistol. SIG SAUER has introduced clean, distinct lines that American shooters have embraced, while retaining the crisp trigger pull, classic ergonomics, and exceptional accuracy they expect. The 1911 Scorpion is truely unique, from its desert tan Cerakote® coated stainless frame and slide. Complete with a 5.0 lb SAO trigger, 8 round magazine, and low-profile night sights. The 1911 Scorpion features Hogue's innovative Magwell Grip Set. The advanced design combines grip plates and main spring housing in an integrated magazine well extension that promotes rapid magazine changes. Manufactured from G10, the Magwell Grips provide strength and light weight in a highly functional assembly. The grips feature Hogue's Piranha texture for excellent retention in any environment and come in a multi-layer green and black pattern that accents the Scorpion's Cerakote Flat Dark Earth finish. All of these pistols are chambered for .45 Auto and are threaded .578x28. Call 662-232-8011 for pricing or stop by and check one out! The suppressor pictured is also readily available, and we'd be more than happy to set you up with one! http://www.mississippiautoarms.com/sig-sauer-1911-scorpion-with-threaded-barrel-p-3174.html
ODGreenThumb posted a topic in Saiga 5.45Just wondering if anyone knows of a smith or otherwise competent machinist who could thread my 5.45 for a 74 brake. Pardon my ignorance. If it cant be done with a hand-held power tool with a number of spinning attachments I don't have the capability or know how. I emailed Tom Cole? at cadiz a couple years back, around when they had the fire, and it probably wasn't the right time. Anyone know of anyone else local dayton/columbus/cincy area?