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I just picked up my new STI Legacy earlier this week. I'll tell you, these guys know how to build a 1911. I'm very impressed with the overall quality of the parts as well as the PVD finish on it, which is dark gray in color. Overall its a very attractive 1911 with no front cocking serrations. I think I'm starting to prefer that. Excellent trigger and overall feel as well as a very smooth slide. I also have the STI Trojan, so this is my second, but should be a good deal better than the Trojan, as its one of STIs best single stacks.

http://www.stiguns.com/guns/Legacy/Legacy.html

Anyway, enjoy the pics.










I now have a very small family of STIs and here's the family pic.

 

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Looks good, congratulations.
 

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Veryniice bac, I do like those cocking serrations (as opposed to the very wide ones) and the no fcs on the legacy better.
 

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Very nice... Who makes the Rear sight ? At the gun shop today we were looking at the STI Catalog and someone asked about the Sight
 

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Hello. I share your fondness for the Legacy. Mine has proven reliable and accurate as well as a good looking 1911 type pistol (my opinion only, of course) and is one that has definitely found a permanent home.

Hope you continue to enjoy yours for decades to come.

If they might be of use, here are some observations on the Legacy:

http://www.hipowersandhandguns.com/Comparing the STI Trojan and Legacy.htm

Best.
 
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