FS Rock Ultra in 40SW. Probably my favorite range toy.
Looks about right, but hard to tell. The issue is the double stack RIA is in 10mm not 45.Maybe?
This is a factory 10-round magazine for Wilson Combat KZ-45 pistols in .45 ACP Crafted from durable blued steel with double-stack capacity and durable steel internal springs, thegunmagwarehouse.comCompatible with double-stack Springfield Armory® 1911 pistol models, the Springfield Armory 1911 .45 ACP 10-Round Double-Stack Blued Steel Factory Magazine is a genuine factory OEM magazine, designed to deliver hard-hitting firepower and improved rgunmagwarehouse.com
If this will work universally i do not know.
Kimber, S/A, RIA, PARA, all are forged upper and lower with MiM parts. Gotta move to Wilson or Nighthawk before you get an all forged precision gun. I have had zero issues with my RIA guns, best bang for the buck IMO.I had a full sized 45 Tactical. I shot it well. Never had an issue and it shot everything from steel cased to hollow point ammo. They were under $500 back then.
Reliable is reliable, and they are reliable. I doubt I'd drop $800. A few dollars more and you jump a tierSA,
Ruger is in there somewhere. Really hard to go wrong with any of them. I actually preferred my RIA to my friends Ruger. The RIA took all magazines, even really old surplus with no problems.Kimber, S/A, RIA, PARA, all are forged upper and lower with MiM parts. Gotta move to Wilson or Nighthawk before you get an all forged precision gun. I have had zero issues with my RIA guns, best bang for the buck IMO.
If I were going to buy any 1911 and only have 10 round mags I would just purchase a single stack 1911. Lighter, slimmer and more standard parts than a double stack. Just my preference though. The reason I bought the HC (double stack) RIA was for the 17round 9mm magazines.