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Ljutic, Alferman, or Mac 1

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by C Prince, Nov 8, 2009.

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  1. C Prince

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    Which one and why? Looking for a new one and these are what my choices are. Looking for opinions to likes and dislikes.

    Chad
     
  2. Bill Stern

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    I never shot a Mac 1, but I've shot Ljutics and love them -but I own an Alfermann, and I can tell you that dealing with Gary Alfermann is a pleasure. Also, Alfermanns are much heavier than Ljutics if that's a consideration.
     
  3. EuroJoe

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    why not include Silver Seitz, Bowen, DeSimone, or Cole ??
     
  4. doc boc

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    ljutic is a best buy. doc
     
  5. 635 G

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    Any of the three are good. A plus for the Ljutic is the availability of a PFS,this way you can guaran, Ljutictee fit & comfort without going for a custom stock. Another plus is a Lujtic is not a mom & pop opporation. If a small shop goes away there may be a problem with parts & service in the future. I have two Inifinities #229 & #237 (one of one)--these guns are great & a pleasure to shoot. They are basically a Mach 1. There is a good Mach 1 for sale by a shooter where I live. He just got a Silver Seitz & the Mach can be had at a fair price.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  6. Butler

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    I would have to vote for Alferman, mine has treated me well, and after 4 years of shooting, no problems. Jim Butler
     
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