Edited by gmor, Mar. 10 2018 - 06:45 PM.
Ruger SR1911 10mm
Posted Mar. 10 2018 - 06:40 PM
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Posted Mar. 11 2018 - 12:41 AM
Are you sure can handle that recoil?
Edited by gshayd, Mar. 11 2018 - 12:42 AM.
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Posted Mar. 11 2018 - 01:36 PM
I picked up one about two weeks ago and really like it, it is easier shooting than my Delta Elite, I'm sure it is because of the 'bull barrel'. I had a couple of bobbles in the first two mags through the gun but it has been 100% since then for several hundred rounds. What I attributed to a mag problem may well have been a 'new gun break in' problem. I like the wooden double diamond grips better.
These two targets were fired standing at twenty yards as I didn't have a bench. Nine rounds at one target and eight rounds at the other.
Congratulations on a fine pistol and welcome to the Board !
I am with you on the wooden grips, but with full house 10 mm, I guess the bottom
line is which grips do you shoot best with ?
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Posted Mar. 11 2018 - 01:42 PM
I was surprised to read in the article that Lon linked to that Ruger was using the same recoil spring
as their .45 ACP pistols...
Posted Mar. 14 2018 - 10:56 PM
I just bought a Ruger SR1911 from Bud's Guns for $780 out the door (+$27 transfer). It is my 5th 10mm, Glock G20 and G29, S&W 1006 and 1076.
The S&W 10xx-series autos were built-like tanks.
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