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Old 07-12-2018, 5:27 AM
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Why are there so many SA TRPs both brand new and used in the market place? Is there a reason why people are selling their brand new TRPs? Im also in the market for a full rail TRP but seeing everyone selling off their gun I am starting to have second thoughts on this pistol. Any input would be appreciated
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Old 07-12-2018, 5:30 AM
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Probably trying to flip them. Normally hard to get kinda, but a bunch just came in stock. They go in waves. They are amazing guns, snag one!

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Old 07-12-2018, 5:54 AM
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Agree with previous post. Excellent gun that is usually very rare/hard to get. Springfield usually builds them in small batches and rotates between different models on the 1911 side while they are In full production of their polymer guns year round.

I own a few of them and I would put the TRP Operator up against any Nighthawk Custom or Wilson Combat any day!

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Old 07-12-2018, 6:36 AM
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These go for $1600-$1800 new after tax and dros.I dont see them selling for more in the marketplace.
Flipping them are comical. There's one for $1200 used right now.
This is only because they are currently readily available new in stores. Like someone else already mentioned, it seems to come and go in waves. This is basic economics in motion.
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This is only because they are currently readily available new in stores. Like someone else already mentioned, it seems to come and go in waves. This is basic economics in motion.
The business cycle, driven by supply and demand. ECON 101 if I remember correctly...
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I love my full rail TRP.
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There's lots for sale because:

Front and rear checkering is too sharp
They upgrade to a Dan Wesson or other semi-custom 1911
The cost of shooting 45acp is too expensive
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The business cycle, driven by supply and demand. ECON 101 if I remember correctly...
Just imagine if the Roster was abolished.....
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There's lots for sale because:

Front and rear checkering is too sharp
They upgrade to a Dan Wesson or other semi-custom 1911
The cost of shooting 45acp is too expensive
I sold mine because I was tired of dealing with the full rail. I purchased a Dan Wesson CBOB after selling the TRP.

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Once you get the taste for a nice 1911, and the TRP will certainly give you that, you crave more of it!

I sold my TRP and upgraded to Nighthawks and Wilsons. I am sure others are looking to move up after enjoying the TRP.
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I love mine and never had a problem with the checkering. They may not be the best but for the price I think they are hard to beat and are plenty good for the likes of me



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Old 07-12-2018, 9:30 AM
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I like my trp's. I admit the full rail used to be very hard to come by, one big issue i encounter is that holsters are hard to come by that fit your preferred lighting setup. There are older setups available that house an insight M3/M3x. But not a lot that house the newer lights unless you go custom.

But definitely a great bang for your buck.
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Old 07-12-2018, 9:32 AM
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I love mine and never had a problem with the checkering. They may not be the best but for the price I think they are hard to beat and are plenty good for the likes of me

Are those the 10-8 rear sights, or the HD design versions?
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^ As I recall one the right hand one has the Harrison Design sights and the left side one has 10-8. I can confirm tonight when I can get in the safe
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Old 07-12-2018, 10:05 AM
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i want one, but i can't afford to buy & feed one.
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How did your trp compare to those? Shooting, not fit and finish.
My Wilsons and Nighthawks outshoot my TRP hands down. No comparison for me. If you are already a good shooter, one of the semi-customs or a full custom will make you even better. If you can cut a hole with an SA Operator, you might just put them all through one hole with a Nighthawk.
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Old 07-12-2018, 11:04 AM
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Yeah I've seen a lot of TRP's in the marketplace- and offered at reasonable prices.

I SSE'd a TRP Half Rail back in 2014 and LOVE it. Great 1911's for the money. I'd say jump on one if find it for the right price!

I don't think seeing a lot of a certain type of gun in the FS section means it's bad-- For instance I see a ton of CZ's in FS section and everybody seems to love their CZ's. Maybe just need the money.
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The 10mm is the only one I've ever had any problem finding. I see a TRP in just about every store I go in to, perhaps I'm just lucky. I personally went with the MC operator since I'm not a huge fan of the fsc or magwell. I see no reason to buy a trp now. I would probably go CBob or PM7 next.
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I believe there are so many TRP’s for sale simple because there are so many of them in Kalifornia, they are on the roster. So pretty much you have a good production gun in mass numbers that in the grand scheme of things are not that special, good gun yes, special gotta have and keep it no.

Production 1911s are no different then Glocks or any other handgun, people buy and sell them and in the state of Kalifornia there are plenty of TRP’s.
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at about this time last year I was scrambling to try and find a TRP in stores so I could get in on SA's 3 free mags promotion they had going, but none were to be found anywhere, they were almost always bought up upon arrival. After the promotion ended they started showing up more in stores, and I was sad

The demand for them new I imagine cooled down and now the market is inundated with them
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I have a SA Loaded 1911. It is not considered a FINE handgun but it does fill a good niche in my armory and it is shot quite often. I just reloaded about 400 target rounds last weekend. I also have a Dan Wesson PM7 and really love that gun. To my point, I do want to add a TRP (no rail) as well. I'm not ready to spend big money on a Wilson or Nighthawk just yet. Might not ever be ready.
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I picked up a new TRP earlier this year when a local shop had a bunch of them at a good price and I was able to pick the one I wanted. I had been wanting one for a while and kinda bought it on a whim. Is it as good as my Les Baers? No, but it is definitely better than the Loaded line. It did shoot high and right when I got it and had some failures to ejects but a trip back to Springfield fixed both issues.
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Why are there so many SA TRPs both brand new and used in the market place? Is there a reason why people are selling their brand new TRPs? I’m also in the market for a full rail TRP but seeing everyone selling off their gun I am starting to have second thoughts on this pistol. Any input would be appreciated

The TRP full rail is an awesome, beast of a gun....looks the part, too

Tack driver, heft negates a lot of recoil, fun to shoot. Get the Dawson Toolless Guide Rod, it's absolutely worth it if you shoot a lot and like to keep it cleaned...aids in disassembly.

That said, I sold mine cuz it didn't get shot as much as others and it often sat in the safe. I traded it for two CCW guns that I wanted and needed. Nothing wrong with that gun.


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Oh and ill add, love my full rail in a milt sparks vm2
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They are fantastic guns. I highly recommend getting one if you can find the right price.
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Agree with previous post. Excellent gun that is usually very rare/hard to get. Springfield usually builds them in small batches and rotates between different models on the 1911 side while they are In full production of their polymer guns year round.

I own a few of them and I would put the TRP Operator up against any Nighthawk Custom or Wilson Combat any day!

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I must disagree with parts of that; as the owner of several examples of ALL the above referenced 1911's, while the TRP is a good product, it in NO WAY comes close to the fitment, finish, attention to detail, accuracy, and overall quality of the others. Actual accuracy measurements taken from each using a Ransom Rest, careful measuring of trigger pull weights, overtravel, etc., and careful inspection of internal parts, and the tolerances of those parts suggests that the extra time to build the others justifies their expense.
Yes I like my TRP's, but they are no where near the others, and certainly not as good as my SA Professional.
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TRPs are the least of the over-rated 1911s that actually work well from time to time.
For pure functionality, TRPs have all the intrinsic accuracy you need to win at a IDPA State Match.
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Love mine especially with the "aggressive" front strap checkering. Fell in the love with the full rail since they looked similar to the 80's RoboCop pistol (even though they used a Beretta). The price does fluctuate depending on demand and availability since they tend to pop up on gun selling websites every so often. This reinforces the common remarks that the TRP is produced in batches by Springfield and will be available periodically. Common issues with the full rail TRP is holster selection and also using a "tool" to disassemble (no issues with the FLGR). Currently run a Desantis Speed Scabbard shown below as well as a kydex by LAG Tactical to run with a TLR-1.



Now on the used market like here on CGN, the flip is the juice for some. While others will enjoy a bare bones 1911, a high end production like a TRP isn't the cream of the crop. Some resort to selling to fund custom 1911s (full gunsmith build or boutique 1911 builder like Wilson Combat, Nighthawk, Les Baer, etc.). Others tend to sell to the ones who really want the TRP and are either too lazy to search (Google-Fu is weak) or impatient to find nicer deals. Trends I've seen with the TRP lately have mainly been with the full rail models or the Chris Kyle editions.
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I have about 3k-ish rounds through my full rail. Its nice, i was super excited to get it, waited about 6 months to get it through my work at the time. I dont shoot it much anymore. Maybe 2x in the pass year. If you want a good running 1911 to use then the trp will fit the bill.
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Probably trying to flip them. Normally hard to get kinda, but a bunch just came in stock. They go in waves. They are amazing guns, snag one!

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That's just way too much money for me. I'll just stick with my Glocks.
If the TRP is way too much money for you, then you have better stop dreaming of the Nighthawk and play with your plastic toys.
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I love my TRP, bought for $1400 out the door new.
I let people shoot my TRP and I usually hear at least one person say the checkering is too much. I don't find it too sharp at all.
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I love my TRP, bought for $1400 out the door new.
I let people shoot my TRP and I usually hear at least one person say the checkering is too much. I don't find it too sharp at all.
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