MC operator

Discussion in 'Springfield Armory M1911' started by Deerspy, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. Deerspy

    Deerspy Member

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    thinking about getting the MC operator and my question is are these put together with better parts than the RO, I have the RO in 45acp it has a lot of under size and out of round pins and bushings, was thinking maybe they put the more expensive ones together with better fit parts? I will no doubt take a big hit on RO trading it in but just think I got lemon and want a better 1911.
     
  2. IwasReloading

    IwasReloading New Member

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    I am new to 1911's. I bought my first one a few months back and I got the MC Operator. I was looking at buying the Range Officer at first but once I found the MC Operator I got it instead. I absolutely love the MC Operator. It is extremely accurate and after around 500+ rounds I haven't had one malfunction. Like I have said I'm new to 1911's. I have never owned the Range Officer nor have I shot one but I am extremely happy with MC Operator.
     

  3. Deerspy

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    I got MC operator now to find a scope mount that will clamp to rail and long enough to mount 1 inch ultradot on.
    it is put together with better parts than the RO except for barrel bushing still over size. I must just be lucky I here about how some get one with less than .0005 fit my RO had.0032 and the MC I just got has .0025 but it does fit slide better than the RO did, will have to shoot to see.
     
  4. animonkey

    animonkey New Member

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    I'm gonna be picking up my MC Operator this week. Can't wait! Here's an interesting vid that features the Operator and RO. Interesting watch.
    http://youtu.be/BSlRdjobbAg
     
  5. Deerspy

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    I would like to put a 1 inch ultra dot on mine that uses the rail to attach but can't find one long enough, I looked at that MAKO brand but it only has 6 slots and you need 7 minimum, and 8 would be better, any one know of one?
    I really like the looks of the Weigand mount but you have to drill frame to make it fit.
     
  6. Deerspy

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    first trip to range, need to find out how to adjust sights shoots 6 inch high and 4 inch left at 25 yards. any tips on moving this type sight (never had one you could not due with screw driver)?