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Springer TRP 45

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Patrick R, Jan 8, 2010.

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  1. Patrick R

    Patrick R Member

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    I just bought a new Springfield 1911 45 TRP.

    Looks great. Seems to have a nice trigger pull & has all the extras I was after.

    It will be a day or 2 till I shoot it. Big snow storm blowing through.

    Any body like this model?
     
  2. PAPACHUCK

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    I think almost everybody likes that model.

    Enjoy it.
     
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    Did you get the stainless or the Armory Coat model ?

    I have the armory coat model and it is my favorite 1911. Shoots great, accurate, and reliable.
    I had one failure to return to battery in my first 50 rounds, but nothing since and I am at 800 rounds now. The ejector in mine came loose and fell out (they are glued in , not pinned). My TRP still ran just fine with the ejector loose, but I figured that it would need to be fixed. I called SA and told them the problem and they emailed me a shipping label (which saved me $60 in shipping). I took my TRP to the local FedEx and didn't even have to pay for the packing. Six working days later I had my TRP back. SA had pinned the ejector (at my request) and glued it on top of that. I have dealt with a few manufacturer's customer service departments and SA has been the best in my experience.

    I hope you enjoy your TRP as much as I enjoy mine.
     
  4. GojuBrian

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    Build a snowman and shoot it. Be sure to video it for our viewing pleasure! :)
     
  5. Patrick R

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    I bought the stainless model.
     
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    "Build a snowman and shoot it."

    Sounds like fun, But I think I will use my clubs indoor range till it warms up a bit.
     
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