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My "test fire" review of the Remington 1911 R1

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Trebor, May 27, 2010.

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  1. Trebor

    Trebor Member

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    I got a chance to fondle and shoot the new Remington 1911 R1 last week.

    Here's the review I wrote as the "Michigan Firearms Examiner" at Examiner.com.

    A "test fire" review of the Remington 1911 R1

    If you want to read more of my gun reviews and other articles on firearms and shooting, please subscribe to my "Michigan Firearms Examiner" page.

    Pay is based on subscribers, page views, and other factors, so you would be helping me out.

    Btw, I am also still the "Detroit Gun Rights Examiner" where I write about gun politics and laws. Please note you have to subscribe to each of my columns individually. If you only sign up for one you'll miss out on updates on the other column.
     
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  2. panther22

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    A well written review, thanks.
     
  3. bdb benzino

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    Nice write up thanks!
     
  4. Trebor

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    Thanks for the kind words.

    The next "test fire" review will go up Tuesday.

    What do you want to see next: The Ruger LCR or S&W M&P Pro in .40?
     
  5. 1KPerDay

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    Thanks for the report. :cool:

    [grammar nazi] Just a couple of things I noticed in a quick read-through... if you plan to continue your professional writing career, work on "then" vs. "than."

    [/grammar nazi] :)
     
  6. Walkalong

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    Sorry :D

    Nice write up. Thanks.
     
  7. Full Metal Jacket

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    coolness, thanx for the update.

    wish they made it a series 70 though.....
     
  8. Trebor

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    "then/than" fixed thanks.
     
  9. tekarra

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    Thanks for the report. I have been wating for a report for some time.
     
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    anybody hazard a guess as to who really makes the gun/parts ?
     
  11. Full Metal Jacket

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    ^^who knows. there's not doubt, however, that they use MIM or cast parts at the pricepoint.

    not an issue, if they're quality made......
     
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