Three types of additional 1911s for Ruger to consider

Discussion in 'Ruger Center Fire Pistols' started by Targetshooter, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Targetshooter

    Targetshooter New Member

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    1. CCO (commander slide, officer frame)
    2. Officers (officers frame with 3.5" barrel).
    3. GI style 1911
     
  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Welcome to the Ruger Talk Forum Targetshooter !!
     

  3. seal12

    seal12 New Member

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    Love my SR1911 its one sweet gun and great for target shooting
     
  4. colin1230

    colin1230 New Member

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    Hate to be a downer but darn-it, Ruger can't even produce enough of what they already catalog. I have yet to see a SR1911 let alone touch one and now they have come out with Commander. Being in the KC area that is just wrong! And, if and when I do come across one, I'll bet it won't be $829. Just P's me off!
     
  5. anoltroll56

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    Still love my p-90 .45 acp, but have a new RIA 10mm, and I'm in love. Would love a Ruger in 10mm.
     
  6. glock26USMC

    glock26USMC New Member

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    Welcome to the forum, when you get a chance, stop by the introductions thread and introduce yourself, you will receive a proper welcome :D
     
  7. Friggs

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    My friend and I are waiting for a 3.5" SR1911 from Ruger. I would also like to see a SR45c with a 3.5" barrel. I think the SR45c might come before a small SR1911.

    Bill
     
  8. MOUNTAINWILLIAM

    MOUNTAINWILLIAM New Member

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    +1,000 and in full stainless while they're at it.
     
  9. aerisskyritalee

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    I Acually agree however untill Ruger gets supply and demand back to normal levels it will be hard for them to manage the 2 models they got now. however i do think they need to make atleast 3 more.

    1. flat 4 inch barrel model
    2. 3.5 inch barrel model
    3.3 inch barrel model.

    however i think it was guns and ammo magazine that said any 1911 shorter then 4 inches will have trouble with muzzle flip and jump so Ruger might not consider that size. however many people say a 3.5 inch or 3 inch barreled has many probloms with it and needs fine tuning by a pistol smith to be any good for conceal carry.

    just my 2 cents on the subject.

    ~Aeris Sky
     
  10. sclark

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    +1,000,000

    Have been thinking the same thing. A 10mm and also a 3.5" .45. Easy purchases.