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Sweet gun. I absolutely love mine.
 

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im thinking my next handgun purchase is going to be a 1911 and will deffantly give the SR1911 if i can find one. the price of .45 is so expensive though its going to suck buying ammo.
 

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im thinking my next handgun purchase is going to be a 1911 and will deffantly give the SR1911 if i can find one. the price of .45 is so expensive though its going to suck buying ammo.
That's why I don't have a .45 yet.
 

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Thanks guys! It is a sweet gun. Before I had a 1911 I could never understand all of the hype the 1911 fanboys post on the internet. Now I understand! No more tupperware for me... haha

im thinking my next handgun purchase is going to be a 1911 and will deffantly give the SR1911 if i can find one. the price of .45 is so expensive though its going to suck buying ammo.
Can't go wrong with the combination of features and price point on the SR1911. My favorite part you can see in my picture above laser engaved into the slide right below RUGER. As far as ammo- Walmart 100 rd box Federal for $29.
 

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single action guns can be fun and amazing tools if done right. You have lived until you have held a 100% custom 6" 2011 limited gun.
 

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That is a great looking gun.
I finally had a chance to shoot a 1911 (a Springfield, and not as pretty as your Ruger) for the first time a couple of weeks ago. Also this was the first time shooting .45, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I can say that after shooting it, a 1911 has definitely moved up on the list of pistols that I plan purchase.
 

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