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New Ruger 1911

New Ruger 1911

Shooting Editor, John Snow, gives you a sneak peek at Ruger's latest 1911.
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from prodigy wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

I am axcited for this gun. I want to get ahold of one so I can shoot it first but no one has one. I think I am just going to have to purchase one and add it to the collection. I have only seen one bad review on the gun and he said that it had some feeding problems, other then that they have all been great reviews. Even from people that have Kimbers, Colts and Springfield 1911s.You are right it is the most copied firearm in american history, but Browning actually designed it and produced it but Colt mass produced it to the military. I think there are too many copies of the same gun but the price for one is still kind of high. This gun is an exception just because of the quality and the price point. Too bad they can't keep up with demand.

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from Mr.357Sig wrote 2 years 44 weeks ago

What a beauty! I was saving up for a Springfield Mil-Spec, but after Ruger released the SR1911, I'm ditching that Made-in-Brazil product for a 100-percent MADE-IN-THE-USA 1911.
I got to handle one at my LGS, and I found it to be very well balanced, good sights, smooth action and tight fit. I just love it. I've got SR1911 fever for sure.
Make my first-ever 1911 a Ruger!

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from deltalima wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

impact guns shows Ruger 1911 in stock on their web site

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from Jimbo63 wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

Trying to get one of the new 1911's is like pulling teeth! Remington was advertising and not shipping, and noe Ruger is advertising but none are available. I preordered and was told it might be summer before my local gun shop gets it in. I have already waited over three weeks. If it wasn't a Ruger I would not wait.

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from rocco89815 wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

I usually don't like Ruger's auto pistol designs, but this is a really good looking gun. At a glance, it looks like they did one better than Remington's R1, but I don't know enough about either of them to compare them fairly, and I shoot guns made by both companies that perform flawlessly, so I can't even be biased toward one or the other. All i know is they outdid S&W by a longshot.

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from Montanagyrene wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

I am in SO MUCH trouble!! I've been thinking about getting a 1911-class pistol for a while, remembering them FONDLY from when Uncle Sam paid my salary. ANYTHING with a Ruger logo causes my to sit up and take notice, and NOW look what they did!! Wonder if Mrs Gyrene can be talked into an 'early' Christmas present!! By the way John, I'm with you-I'd like one of those loading machines too, but then I'd have to get ANOTHER job just to pay for my AMMO!!

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from basman wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

the most copied firearm in american history. colt made it best, the others are just their interpretation of what they think the gun should be. the ruger looks good. the sights seem a little high on the gun. hopefully i will get a chance to shoot it soon. but going off history this should be a dependable, tough firearm.

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from basman wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

the most copied firearm in american history. colt made it best, the others are just their interpretation of what they think the gun should be. the ruger looks good. the sights seem a little high on the gun. hopefully i will get a chance to shoot it soon. but going off history this should be a dependable, tough firearm.

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from Montanagyrene wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

I am in SO MUCH trouble!! I've been thinking about getting a 1911-class pistol for a while, remembering them FONDLY from when Uncle Sam paid my salary. ANYTHING with a Ruger logo causes my to sit up and take notice, and NOW look what they did!! Wonder if Mrs Gyrene can be talked into an 'early' Christmas present!! By the way John, I'm with you-I'd like one of those loading machines too, but then I'd have to get ANOTHER job just to pay for my AMMO!!

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from rocco89815 wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

I usually don't like Ruger's auto pistol designs, but this is a really good looking gun. At a glance, it looks like they did one better than Remington's R1, but I don't know enough about either of them to compare them fairly, and I shoot guns made by both companies that perform flawlessly, so I can't even be biased toward one or the other. All i know is they outdid S&W by a longshot.

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from Jimbo63 wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

Trying to get one of the new 1911's is like pulling teeth! Remington was advertising and not shipping, and noe Ruger is advertising but none are available. I preordered and was told it might be summer before my local gun shop gets it in. I have already waited over three weeks. If it wasn't a Ruger I would not wait.

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from deltalima wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

impact guns shows Ruger 1911 in stock on their web site

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from Mr.357Sig wrote 2 years 44 weeks ago

What a beauty! I was saving up for a Springfield Mil-Spec, but after Ruger released the SR1911, I'm ditching that Made-in-Brazil product for a 100-percent MADE-IN-THE-USA 1911.
I got to handle one at my LGS, and I found it to be very well balanced, good sights, smooth action and tight fit. I just love it. I've got SR1911 fever for sure.
Make my first-ever 1911 a Ruger!

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from prodigy wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

I am axcited for this gun. I want to get ahold of one so I can shoot it first but no one has one. I think I am just going to have to purchase one and add it to the collection. I have only seen one bad review on the gun and he said that it had some feeding problems, other then that they have all been great reviews. Even from people that have Kimbers, Colts and Springfield 1911s.You are right it is the most copied firearm in american history, but Browning actually designed it and produced it but Colt mass produced it to the military. I think there are too many copies of the same gun but the price for one is still kind of high. This gun is an exception just because of the quality and the price point. Too bad they can't keep up with demand.

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