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I’ve worked with the 1911 for many years, and sometimes that experience has been helpful with other pistols, such as the Browning Hi-Power, for example. Sometimes the differences between pistols are hard to spot, and other times we find similarities between handguns that at first seem very different. Another example: If you can work on the Savage 1910, you can work on the Astra 400, and you won’t be confused by the H&K P7M8. But the Glock? Ah, the Glock is an altogether different creature. Sometimes my 1911-based reasoning produces positive results with the Glock, and other times it does not. With the Glock so popular with law-enforcement and now proving itself in competition—winning the first top-class award at IPSC—we’re going to see more and more Glocks turned in for improvement. And at the very least, we should be familiar with the similarities and the differences between the Glock and “old Slabsides.”

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STI Duty One 9mm

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The Duty One fired even the hottest 9mm rounds with little felt recoil. The accessory rail should be a plus for civilian or professional.



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The ejector on our STI Duty One, left was much longer than those found on either the Kimber, right, or Springfield Armory pistol, center.

After suffering malfunctions, we returned our Duty One to STI for warranty service.

The STI Recoil Master is a multi-spring, plunger-style recoil system that reminded us of a shock absorber found in a racing car. The accessory rail was one feature that adds to its value as a tactical weapon.

The horizontal lines machined into the Heinie brand sights were very effective in absorbing glare. The sight picture was excellent.

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