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I recently sold some duplicate firearms and rolled the cash into a new Dan Wesson PM 9.
What an awesome 1911 pistol!
When I opened the box and inspected it, I was amazed at the fit & finish.

I've started the break-in process now with 300 rounds fired.
It's so tight on the slide to frame fit and barrel lock-up I expected many malfunctions.
Not a single failure!

Here are some photos.

DSC01276 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

DSC01274 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

DSC01273 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr
DSC01270 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

DSC01268 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

DSC01266 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

DSC01265 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr



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That is excellent - congrats!

DW CCO owner here, now pondering a Valor.



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It's a very nice 1911. Every time I see a DW now it makes me want a couple.

In the 9mm cartridge, how does it shoot for accuracy?
 
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One pistol I never should have sold. Absolutely amazing pistol.
Accuracy was great and I eventually was shooting with this pistol at 20 yards and getting better groups than any pistol I've owned.
Congratulations on a great pistol.


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David Lee:
It's better than most shooters can hold.

I did a recent motorcycle trip with one of our mutual friends through the High Peaks of the Adirondacks and into Vermont.



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I had a couple in the past, in my opinion Dan Wesson is the best production 1911. I didn't experience any malfunctions with mine that I can think of as long as I use quality mags. Congrats!
 
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Very nice. Cool
 
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A gorgeous handgun, one to never sell but pass on as an heirloom.


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David Lee:
It's better than most shooters can hold.

I did a recent motorcycle trip with one of our mutual friends through the High Peaks of the Adirondacks and into Vermont.


Sounds like a nice trip. Tell him I said hello and will call when I can.
 
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Congratulations on a fine pistol! I got one about 18 months ago, and it has been great with no reliability or accuracy issues. The workmanship is outstanding. I also have two other 9mm 1911 pistols from other manufacturers and both have had their share of problems. The PM 9 was done right by DW.
 
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Have had one for a number of years now and really love it. Mine has also been an absolute gem.


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There's just something about stainless Dan Wesson's that gets my blood flowing. Can't wait to own one.
 
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