Springfield Prodigy 1911 DS - A new double stack 1911 9mm- Worth Buying?

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The buzz in the firearms world today is the new Prodigy 1911DS from Springfield Armory. Is the market looking for a more affordable 2011 style 9mm handgun? What is the quality like, is it worth buying or is this the best way to jump in to the 2011 gun? We talk about that, my range experience, a close up look at the gun and answering the question you likely have about this new firearm.

00:00 - Hot off the Press!
00:56 - Disclosure and My Relationship in the Industry
01:49 - Glad to see another 2011 in the Market
02:12 - Pricing and Availability
02:55 - What’s in the Box
03:12 - Magazines
05:04 - Uh Oh - We had some issues
06:23 - Accuracy
06:52 - Grip Module
07:34 - Sharp MSH
08:43 - What about the Trigger?
09:52 - What I like - Frame and Slide
10:23 - Dustcover, serrations and appearance
10:43 - Optic Plate System
14:13 - Slide to Frame Fit
16:11 - Mu Honest Opinion…it’s a Meh..for now

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