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Old 05-06-2012, 10:55 PM   #21
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The 10-8 is a great trigger. So is the Wilson. No difference if the trigger pull is the same. 4# is 4#. I bought the Wilson because I could get it local at Shooters Connection about 1/2 mile from the house.

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Old 05-08-2012, 06:47 PM   #22
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I had been looking at RIA Commander for a long time. My vendor warned me that there is a world of difference between the "Full" and "Comm" size pistols. This is in the quality area. I still might, so how are they?

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I love mine, works beautifully no complaints I would just like to take out the white marking off the slide



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I had been looking at RIA Commander for a long time. My vendor warned me that there is a world of difference between the "Full" and "Comm" size pistols. This is in the quality area. I still might, so how are they?
I got one in December and have around 1000 rds of all types through it and the only malfunction was a few ftf's due to cheap mags which was my fault; not the gun's. It shoots awesome and consistent tight groups. I am 110% happy with it and blown away by the customer service. Best service I've received in my life. I just sent mine to Armscor's gunsmith, Arnel who installed Trijicon night sights and had it back to me in less than one week. On top of that, he replaced the sear spring, recoil spring, and mag spring as a goodwill gesture free of charge and even sent a spare recoil spring, several Armscore and RIA stickers, RIA hand towel, pen, promo DVD and some other items with the gun. I highly recommend the RIA 1911 officer/compact and will not even consider other brands when i decide to get the full size model. Go for it and I guarantee you will be blown away by the quality of this gun.
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I love mine, works beautifully no complaints I would just like to take out the white marking off the slide
Me too! Anybody know the best, easiest, cheapest way to do that??
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I love mine, works beautifully no complaints I would just like to take out the white marking off the slide
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Me too! Anybody know the best, easiest, cheapest way to do that??
It's like a tattoo, it can be done but it's expensive.
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It's like a tattoo, it can be done but it's expensive.
That's what I was afraid of lol
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