9mm 1911?

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I have several 45 acp 1911 pistols but don't have one in 9mm.
Dose anyone have one in 9mm and if so what do you think about it?
I'm considering getting one in 9mm.
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Dan Wesson Vigil in 9mm. Just picked it up this past Saturday. Will run the first rounds through it this coming week. Hard to give you much of a review, but this DW is one finely built firearm. I don't need to shoot it to tell you that. I'm expecting good things on my next range trip!

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Only had Colt 1911’s in 45ACP but I just got a Dan Wesson “Valor” in 9mm. Fit, finish, performance ... are excellent. Not sure the “Valor” or this model is available ... highly recommend.
 

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After owning a SA Ronin for two years, I sold it to my brother (who lives in another state, where shopping retail for a handgun was an ordeal) when he decided to obtain a house gun. The Ronin is an excellent pistol... high quality, great design, impressive accuracy, and very dependable. I loved to shoot it, and got a lot of range time with it, but it had one drawback for me. It is a single stack (and even a 9+1 is a relatively small ammo supply between reloads). If SA ever develops a double-stack Ronin, I'll buy 2 the first day!!!!!

[I've owned several XD9s (all striker-fired plain 4", not S or M models), all of which are also very high quality. I sold the Ronin to Keith only because 1) I'm comfortable with the XD, and 2) it has significantly higher ammo capacity. And I would not have sold it to anyone other than family.]
 

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After owning a SA Ronin for two years, I sold it to my brother (who lives in another state, where shopping retail for a handgun was an ordeal) when he decided to obtain a house gun. The Ronin is an excellent pistol... high quality, great design, impressive accuracy, and very dependable. I loved to shoot it, and got a lot of range time with it, but it had one drawback for me. It is a single stack (and even a 9+1 is a relatively small ammo supply between reloads). If SA ever develops a double-stack Ronin, I'll buy 2 the first day!!!!!

[I've owned several XD9s (all striker-fired plain 4", not S or M models), all of which are also very high quality. I sold the Ronin to Keith only because 1) I'm comfortable with the XD, and 2) it has significantly higher ammo capacity. And I would not have sold it to anyone other than family.]
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