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    Junior Member whtsmoke's Avatar
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    My New Ruger SR1911

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    This is my new toy shes a keeper for dure.

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    So.....were you NOT aiming at the orange dot? Otherwise, nice group and a sharp looking gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAMarine View Post
    So.....were you NOT aiming at the orange dot? Otherwise, nice group and a sharp looking gun.
    I was gonna say the same thing, grouping looks very good however.

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    There is something to be said for consistency. The gun is a pretty thing, no kidding.

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    i havent touched the sights on it, i am going to next week, i wanted to see what it would first.

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    that's a great group however it shows that he needs a lot of practice - that is not due to the gun sights - those fingers are making him pull each shot
    lol - i have the same problem so i am getting a 22 to be able to afford a lot of practice to cure and make those fingers stay put -

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    hidet you are right on that and yes a 22 to practice with does make a difference, my problem is i only have one muscle left in my upper right arm, anything you can suggest would be helpful.

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    Adjusted the rear sight a bit to the right to see if would help, everything is good so far.


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    That is a good looking piece there. I read a couple of articles on that gun and it got good reviews. Usually, when Ruger builds somthing, they build it tank-tuff.

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    I think this weapon and the Ruger LCP9 will be my next handgun purchases.

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    Good luck finding one of these, they are still hard to find......JJ

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    I live in Round Rock TX and I bought a SR1911 from a local range and gun store; Red,s Indoor Range in Pflugerville. I have had it about 2 months and since I bought it they have had two more I was able to get for friends. The price was $626.99 a very fair price for such a fine pistol. I have shot about 500 rounds and it works perfectly and is very accurate and very well made. This has become my favorite pistol. If you can find one buy it, I don,t think you could do any better if you spent another 500.00 to 700.00 dollars.

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    I have a Ruger SR and have had the same problem. Got about a thousand rounds thru it so far. Practice, practice, practice will help correct that. Real sweet gun though, A good purchase, no regrets at allruger.jpgtarget.jpg

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