Ruger SR1911 Reviews

Ruger SR1911 Reviews

Ruger SR1911 Review at skull crush

Ruger SR1911

Ruger SR1911 Review at skull crush

October 26, 2017 by skullcrush.com

In 2012 I wasn't carrying the SR1911 for duty or off-duty purposes. It was strictly a recreational shooter. The first time I took it took to the range I broke it in with 100 rounds of FMJ. As expected, it performed flawless. I did field strip, clean, and lube it before it's first use. Reinstalling the slide release was a little tricky on this particular gun. Tolerances on the SR1911 are apparently nice and tight.

Ruger SR1911 Review at the american rifle

Ruger SR1911

Ruger SR1911 Review at the american rifle

October 26, 2017 by americanrifleman.org

Having become familiar with John Browning’s Masterpiece at an early age, I have always had a 1911 close at hand. I have owned 1911s from companies such as AMT, Springfield Armory, Randall, Colt, Auto Ordnance and Kimber, as well as some lesser-known manufacturers. While these pistols are all built on the same basic design, quality control and parts tolerances can vary greatly from brand to brand and even from one pistol to the next.

Ruger SR1911 Review

Ruger SR1911

Ruger SR1911 Review

October 26, 2017 by gunsandammo.com

My formative pistol years were spent shooting striker-fired DAO autos with polymer frames. I was certainly familiar with 1911s, like most shooters on the planet. But I don’t hang a halo around the 1911, because, after all, it’s just a pistol, one whose design is more than 100 years old