Bought a new 1911 today. Decided on the Springfield G.I. Satisfied with accessories. Nothing spectacular, but handy stuff for sure. Most noteworthy though is the coupon SA includes with their 1911's. It's a one-time mail in with big discounts on catalog stuff ($9 factory mags/up to 10 per order, holsters, shirts, parts etc etc). The pistol...is very tight fitted and except for the grips looks just like a newly parkarized 1911-A1 you may have seen in a U.S. Army armsroom back in the day. I imagine it's 98% identical to what my dad and his dad carried. (I't can hang with the USP .45 I had in Iraq.) There's a tiny 3mm keyhole just under the grip safety, but you'd have to be looking for that to notice it. Shooting...everything a basic .45 ACP should be. Sights damn sure not meant for low light conditions and a speedbump on the grip safety might be nice for gloves, but all in all it's simple like a weapon ought to be. Haven't shot it on paper from a bench yet, not figuring it to be tackdriver. Eats up ball ammo no problem. Still need to run some JHP's through it, but expecting some stoppages. Any suggestions on JHP brands that do well in 1911's made for FMJ?