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A ria is a coastal inlet formed by the partial submergence of an unglaciated river valley. It is a drowned river valley that remains open to the sea. Typically, rias have a dendritic, treelike outline although they can be straight and without significant branches. This pattern is inherited from the dendritic drainage pattern of the flooded river valley. The drowning of river valleys along a stretch of coast and formation of rias results in an extremely irregular and indented coastline. Often, there are islands, which are summits of partly submerged, pre-existing hill peaks. A ria coast is a coastline having several parallel rias separated by prominent ridges, extending a distance inland. The sea level change that caused the submergence of a river valley may be either eustatic (where global sea levels rise), or isostatic (where the local land sinks). The result is often a very large estuary at the mouth of a relatively insignificant river (or else sediments would quickly fill the ria). The Kingsbridge Estuary in Devon, England, is an extreme example of a ria forming an estuary disproportionate to the size of its river; no significant river flows into it at all, only a number of small streams.
100rounds through it, 3 mags, original box. Great soft shooting gun, just a bit too large for my hands. Txt me 541-283-595four not looking for any firearms, open to partial ammo trades 9mm, 7.62x39, 22lr.
Sights: TRT1 Adjustable Rear, Fiber...
Selling my VR80 as I don't really have a need for it. Its a great mag fed shotgun that's tons of fun. Probably put 200 shells down the tube so Its through most of its break in feeding issues. Changes include Hogue grip and extended choke tubes for ease of removal. Will include the heavy load gas...
Unfired VR80, pic shows drum but does not come with it, it has been sold separately.
Will include spartan wall mount, 2 mags along with the original box and contents (tools). Will meet at a local dealer or pawn shop close to Vancouver Wa.
Selling my Rock Island double stack 1911 9mm/22TCM combo. Roughly 400 total rounds through the gun. Cycles great in both calibers.
Combo contains two barrels and recoil springs.
Includes 5 magazines with Taylor Freelance extended base pads, 21 round capacity.
260 rounds of factory 22TCM ammo...
Brand new rock island armory 9mm 1911 Full size. Bought few months ago and never got around to shooting it. It does have 2 little scratches on the finish on the top of the slide. Comes with 1 10rd mag and everything from the factory. Looking to trade at the moment for other handguns. Thanks for...
1911a1-fs ceracoated greenish/brown/military looking color. 1 factory mag, 2 colt 8 rnd mags. original box and owners manual. took in trade, ran 200 rounds mix ball, lead, hp, swc, no failures. gun is tight, and like new. no trades will not ship.
It has 200 rounds through it. Been sitting in the safe since initial outing. One original mag. 6 Metalform mags with Dawson basepads. It came with a magwell. Also, G-10 grips that are similar to LOK's. Other misc. 9mm 1911 parts.
I've had this Rock Island Armory 1911-A1 FS for almost 10 year or so (I don't remember exactly when I bought it).
Currently, it has the full length guide rod in it. I am thinking about swapping it out for a GI length guide rod, just because I like the look of a closed plug better.
If I do that...
Bought this to use as my home defense shotgun, but found a sweet deal on a semi-auto I’m interested in instead.
It has never been fired and comes with everything originally included (choke set + 2 magazines) except for the original cardboard box.
The reviews on this weapon are very positive...
I have an RIA M200 .38 Special revolver that I've had for a couple years that has developed timing issues. I quite like the gun and I'm considering taking advantage of RIA's lifetime warranty. But since I've never warrantied any gun ever, the idea kind of makes me nervous. Does...