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  1. Talking New to here. .45 opinions

    Hi, new the group but follow on Twitter.
    Ruger sr1911 or Remington 1911 r1. Thoughts and opinions?
    Also the hogue PowerSpeed™ Universal Speed Holster.
    Can't decide. looking for advice.
    Thanx.

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    Ruger's New SR1911 is an great, Affordable Sidearm. I purchased one last week. As far as holsters I never used that one sorry. Good Luck

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    Though I haven't shot either my vote goes to the ruger. I read that the remington is suggested by the manufacturer not to have +p loads run through it. Or atleast run through it often. It may seem a minor issue considering the pedigree but i see it as an unnecessary limitation the Ruger does not have. Plus i dont like the remingtons thumb safety. My only gripe about the ruger is the the frame and slide are cast not forged. Just my 2 cents....

  5. The RIA Tactical seems to have good reviews from what I have seen around the forums, and is very reasonably priced. I personally prefer the basic GI models, I opted for the Auto Ordnance 1911 and love it.

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    Get your self a Glock21.

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    My Ruger SR1911 is on order, and although I own several 1911s, the wait is getting a bit painful. Everything I have read about this new offering from Ruger says it will be a winner. From gunwriter reviews to actual owner postings, nothing negative to be found. And, once the clammor has died down a bit, you will not find a comparable 1911 at a better price.

    Holster? If you are planning on CCW with this 1911, well, here I go again, ...Crossbreed Supertuck, combat cut. Great choice from a great bunch of people. You can comfortably wear a full-size 1911 all day with this holster. Stay safe.
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    I'd have to lean towards the SR1911

    "It's easier to avoid conflict than it is to survive it" - SGB

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    Para GI Expert?

    What about Para? They just came out with a new commander size GI Expert. Anybody got any word on these guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    Get your self a Glock21.
    G, do you own stock in Glock? I personally know a Glock dealer and even he doesn't push them as hard as you do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horkos View Post
    What about Para? They just came out with a new commander size GI Expert. Anybody got any word on these guys?
    The only Paras I have experience shooting are the tactical models with light rails. All were accurate enough and well made. I never had the chance to actually add one to the family but wouldn't be adverse to it if/when the chance comes along.
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