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A Question About Sailor 1911 Sizes


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I see that there are two sizes - medium/'standard' and large/full-size, ignoring the "realo" piston filler model.

I am not familiar with these sizes, but am familiar with the Sapporo standard (or Pro-Gear slim, distinct from Sapporo mini) and Pro-Gear standard sizes.

My question is what is roughly the size of the 1911 medium/standard model when compared the Pro-Gear standard? Are these two similarly sized pens?

Thanks, and I apologise if this has been answered in the past.

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The 1911 large is most compatible to the pro gear standard imo. It's less then a 1/4 inch difference. Never had or held the standard 1911 but I would feel it's probably a tad small since the 1911 L is perfect in size.

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The 1911 large is most compatible to the pro gear standard imo. It's less then a 1/4 inch difference. Never had or held the standard 1911 but I would feel it's probably a tad small since the 1911 L is perfect in size.

 

 

No there are 3 sizes to the 1911

You have

Standard

Large

KoP

 

KoP being the largest one

Realo is no different than the large

And that if you look at the sailor website you should see they not much that different

 

 

 

Thanks a ton!

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