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Old 09-12-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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Never heard of them. Made a trade and got two of them.

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I traded a bushnell scope for them. He even left them full of blazer brass. They slide in out of my sr1911 real good. I'll get to test them out this weekend.



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They should work like a charm.
The Randall was a quality firearm in its time.

But I hope the scope wasn't worth too much.

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The first 1911 I ever bought new was a left handed Stainless steel Randall back in the early 80's.

Randall was the first company to make a stainless steel 1911 and the only company (to my knowledge), to ever make one for a lefty.

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They should work like a charm.

The Randall was a quality firearm in its time.



But I hope the scope wasn't worth too much.

The scope was just the stock 9x40 the came on my axis. I up graded it and needed more 1911 mags for my sr1911 cmd.


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Did some looking around, seems those Randall mags are fetching $75-85 each these days.

http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=7&f=89&t=991538

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Did some looking around, seems those Randall mags are fetching $75-85 each these days.

http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=7&f=89&t=991538

Dam guess I made a good trade lol


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Put some rounds thru them today and every round was good. I like them.


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Take a look at adding more magazines.
here is a good place to start: http://www.trippresearch.com/store/store_1911.html

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Randall was the first company to make a stainless steel 1911...
Introduced in 1977, the AMT Hardballer was the first stainless 1911. Was basically a stainless copy of the Colt Gold Cup.
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