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Your 220 Supermatch does not look like any other on the internet. Must be a special model. It does look vaguely like a 1911, the model I Distinguished with.
 

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"Believe me I know 1911s." Apparently not.

Damn, Dude -- how many attempts do you need to properly identify your own pistol? LOL.

-Gary
 

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That's a SIG 1911. Has the distinctive external extractor. In that picture the slide is locked back. It also has a grip safety which is traditional 1911.

No it's not a GI replica 1911 but Sig's version of the 1911 with their modifications.

I'm a range officer of a large club and I've handled plenty of them. Regardless it's an excellent firearm.
 

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True, Sarge's picture shows a 1911 design with an ambidextrous safety, and the Sig website does not show an ambidextrous safety. It is a common after-market add on. Check the picture above for what a 220 Super Match looks like.
 

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That is a P220, your first pic wasn't. Look at the trigger alone...first pic a single action 1911 trigger, your second pic a DA P220 trigger. Look at your own pic. I like my crow fried, but I won't be eating any tonight thanks.
 

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This is my last post on this topic...

You posted pics of 2 different guns, bottom line (First a sig 1911 and second a P220). Those kinds of things make potential buyers (me) concerned. Buyers beware.

No I didn't serve in the military, but I do thank you for your service.
 
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