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sawgrass 12-01-2012 09:44

Ruger SR1911 In Stock For Grand Opening
 
There were at least 20 in two separate cases for $679.00!

http://billsgs.com/

Good Luck to those who are looking for one.

okie 12-01-2012 10:55

Not too bad a price for sure, and a nice gun shop/range:thumbsup:

bac1023 12-01-2012 19:26

Very cool :cool:

Three-Five-Seven 12-02-2012 05:43

That's not a great price. Considering the amount of work that has to be put into an SR1911 when you get it, there are other pistols that would be a better value in that price range. Springfield and Colt's will get you closer to a usable gun -- with less effort on your part -- than the SR1911 at that price.

Now, if it were down around $600, you might be in the ballpark.

fran m 12-02-2012 08:32

What is the work required?

skeeter1959 12-02-2012 18:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Three-Five-Seven (Post 19690914)
That's not a great price. Considering the amount of work that has to be put into an SR1911 when you get it, there are other pistols that would be a better value in that price range. Springfield and Colt's will get you closer to a usable gun -- with less effort on your part -- than the SR1911 at that price.

Now, if it were down around $600, you might be in the ballpark.

My SR 1911 works and shoots fine. But I'm not a 1911 snob either.:dunno:

sawgrass 12-02-2012 19:05

Mine shot fine right out of the box.
Not a single issue and groups nicely.

FLIPPER 348 12-02-2012 20:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by Three-Five-Seven (Post 19690914)
That's not a great price. Considering the amount of work that has to be put into an SR1911 when you get it, t .



Absolutely no work 'needs' to be done with the SR 1911.

....unless you are a 1911-snob

bushjumper 12-02-2012 21:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by FLIPPER 348 (Post 19694019)
Absolutely no work 'needs' to be done with the SR 1911.

....unless you are a 1911-snob

The same can be said of almost all the other 1911's out there too.

mark68 12-03-2012 06:46

My SR1911 is another great product from Ruger.

dakota1911 12-03-2012 15:12

That is not a bad price. I got mine in a couple Ruger sponsered sales in the SW. You got in right after the store opened. Stand in line at and they had a few at great prices. I do not think they need anything, but people do not like the blued MSH and grip safety, etc and switch it out.


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