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New Rugers...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by HarcyPervin, Jan 3, 2013.

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  1. HarcyPervin

    HarcyPervin Member

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    Looks like ruger.com has a new commander length 1911, a SR45 as well as a couple other new toys... I'm liking the 1911, still waiting on my full size model, though. I wonder what this will do to the already overwhelmed production lines?
     
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    It's not a 1911 but an expansion on the SR line.
     
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    Good Luck.

    Ruger is notorious for cataloging new guns months and even over a year before they reach the distributors. I have problems buying a standard 10/22 wholesale. A 1911 would be impossible for me.
     
  4. HarcyPervin

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    Ok...so it is Ruger's take on the 1911...the SR1911 is now available in a commander-size...thanks for the help, Maddy, the point was almost lost...
     
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    They also have an LC380 now, which seems kind of silly. Same size & weight (plus safeties) of the LC9, but in a .380.
     
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    Great, another SR1911 made of unobtainium!
     
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    Before this mass panic hit, the regular SR1911 was actually starting to show up a little more often. I'm sure this new version will sell like crazy though.

    I agree on the LC380. I love my LCP but if I'm going to carry a gun the exact same size as the LC9 I see no reason to go with the weaker cartridge.

    I was still kinda hoping on a 5" barreled SR9. Oh well, maybe next year.
     
  9. HarcyPervin

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    no kidding. I actually thought I still had a chance at getting mine for $580 from the dealer...I hope but highly doubt he'll stick to that price now
     
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    I'm interested in the SR45. I've been dead set on an M&P 45, but this may change my mind.

    Hopefully I can still buy one when I get the funds together.
     
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    Gonna hafta start breaking piggy banks. I want that SR45!
     
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    I've had my 1911 on order since July 2011.
     
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