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Was their Staccato P steel framed or aluminum? They make both and the aluminum is noticeably lighter.

Considering how light the P felt, the metal of the frame could indeed have been aluminum alloy. I'm afraid I didn't think to ask or look that closely, mostly because I didn't consider that possibility until long after I left.


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I picked up the 4.25 in on Sat price was 1375 , took it home gave it a wipe down and reoiled it ran some 124 Nato stuff and 115 gr Fed , had to nudge the slide home twice , but just needs a little break in gun is tight , shot well , I came home cleaned gave the ramp a shine up , and put a around 14 pd recoil spring in runs great so far , had Desantis leather open top for a 4 in railed 1911 the Springfield fit perfect >
 
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Iron Curtain states can rejoice (sort of); Springfield offers blocked 10 round magazines in all three sizes. We just ordered a bunch of Prodigies and a handful of each of the dumbed down magazines. Kinda weird I know, but no stranger than 10 round 5.56x45 PMAGs made to look like their proper 30 round siblings. Pretending is such an important thing to one's psyche...I guess... Roll Eyes


I haven't seen SKUs for any of these, can you send them my way?

When I return to work tomorrow I'll see what I can do.

According to the coworker who ordered the guns and mags, he only has a verbal commitment with the regional SA rep on quantities. Apparently we haven't received any SKUs for the compliant gun packages or the 10rd magazine variations yet. The order was placed now to take advantage of the current round of special fall pricing that SA is offering during September, including on Prodigy 10rd versions and accessories that apparently don't exist yet.

As I get more info I try to pass it along as best I can.


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Originally posted by rlbuzz:
I've been hearing rumors that Springfield Armory isn't actually manufacturing the Prodigy DS and that it is being built for Springfield by Alpha Foxtrot.
Can anyone either deny or confirm this?


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For those interested, TheHumbleMarksman did a comparison video between the Prodigy, the Bul Armory Tac Commander, and the Staccato P.

 
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If that 'P' felt light then it was probably the Alum. model as it only weighs a tad bit more that the full metal C2 Duo.
 
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