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Old 07-20-2013, 10:28 PM   #21
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Thanks. I really like it. I haven't carried it yet, but now the commander sized guns are looking really nice too. Oh how I wish I had a money tree in my yard....

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Old 12-22-2013, 01:46 PM   #22
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It seems these things do multiply. I came home yesterday and found this...

My Para gave birth to a commander sized RIA in 9mm... Can't wait to get it to the range. Points and feels the same as my Para, so it should be easy switching between the 2. I also met some contacts who can hook me up with cheaper ammo, and a guy who can do my first tattoo. All in all, a good day.

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LOL Dan congrats on the addiction and fine 1911s!

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Thanks. I know is just a RIA but the fit is similar to my para which I know isn't a top tier gun. But the RIA came with a full length guide rod and the trigger is decent too. I still want a Springfield or Kimber. Now I want to find a nice holster to go with the rock.

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Thanks. I know is just a RIA but the fit is similar to my para which I know isn't a top tier gun. But the RIA came with a full length guide rod and the trigger is decent too. I still want a Springfield or Kimber. Now I want to find a nice holster to go with the rock.

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Not hung up at all. It feels good, might change the grip safety out for an extended one.

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Hope you enjoy your RIA 3 1/2'' CS pistol.....please post a Range report......
I like all of my RIA pistols...........

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