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High ride grip safety? How to tell

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Been reading about them but embarrassingly do not know if I have or need (want) one.

I don't get slide bite. Seems my grip is good. But any way to get a lower bore axis and higher grip would be nice.

Does a STI Spartan and Trojan have a high ride or "normal" grip safety?

What about a Springfield Range Officer?

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Been reading about them but embarrassingly do not know if I have or need (want) one.

I don't get slide bite. Seems my grip is good. But any way to get a lower bore axis and higher grip would be nice.

Does a STI Spartan and Trojan have a high ride or "normal" grip safety?

What about a Springfield Range Officer?

most of the newer 1911 type pistols have the "hi ride, upswept" grip safety...this is usually encountered in the older pistols like 70 series Colts and the like.

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Thank you for clearing that up! I was actually holding my 1911 up against pics of high rise found on Midway and Brownell. :rolleyes:

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Better to ask and know than to join the gunstore commando group and just act like you know...

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