Even the best weapon is worthless in the hands of someone who is untrained in its use. If you want to keep your shooting skills sharp, you need to spend time practicing and building up those skills. Like any other talent, you can only improve if you regularly use it. Unfortunately, training can get expensive if you use a large caliber weapon. Instead of settling for those high range costs, you might consider practicing with this Sig Sauer 1911-22 instead.
Designed for those who want to train for using a more modern 1911 platform, this model starts out by offering all the features you are used to. It includes the basic weapon controls, including the beavertail safety. Made using an alloy construction, it focuses around a 5” barrel, which helps provide the look and feel of your full-size models. Its contrast sights enable you a better view of your target at the range while the polymer camo grips keep you steady while also adding to the visual appeal of the weapon. The rest of the firearm is also finished in camo, giving you a militaristic look. To save money at the range, it is offered in .22 LR.
When you are looking for a way to cut down your ammunition costs while still practicing with a full-size battle pistol, you’ll want this model on your shortlist.