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Welp, made good on an old promise...gotta NEW stainless shooter!

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Old 05-17-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Welp, made good on an old promise...gotta NEW stainless shooter!

I made a joke thread a while back that I realized I had not a SINGLE stainless steel firearm at that point. Traded them all for various firearms, all of which are black now.

Then I spotted an offer I couldnt refuse on an auction site....

Officially the owner of a shiny new low-glare brushed stainless Ruger SR1911 commander length. MAN do I love this pistol already...for the value its just perfect all the way through. I can get beyond the use of some MIM internal parts because I truly believe that the MIM process has improved greatly over the last 15 years....and the fit and finish and sweet a$$ trigger pull made my right hand melt, specially after adding Hogue finger groove rubber inserts under the wood grips

Pics to come!
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