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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by deann, Jul 18, 2012.

  1. deann

    deann oregon Active Member

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    thumbs up?or thumbs down? lets hear from other owners
     
  2. Blammo

    Blammo Lk. Stevens Wa. New Member

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    Thumbs way up for fit,.finish,price & accuracy. Granted, I've only 150-200 rounds through it.
    "I like it a lot "( Jim Carey voice).
     
  3. WAYNO

    WAYNO Oregon City Gold Supporter Gold Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Thumbs way up for me, too.:thumbup:

    I'm a big fan of 1911's. My SR1911 shoots every bit as well as any 1911 I've ever shot, including some that cost a whole bunch more. I have yet to experience a malfunction of any kind. The fit and finish is very good. So...Especially for the price, the SR1911 is a very good choice.

    WAYNO.
     
  4. Kurly

    Kurly Puget Sound Member

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    I agree, I have 300 rds down the pipe with zero problems or concerns. If I get the chance I'll buy another.
     
  5. tlfreek

    tlfreek Vancouver WA Active Member

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    have one but never shot it. It looks neat tho :thumbup:
     
  6. jrprich

    jrprich PNW Well-Known Member

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    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
     
  7. Bulletsrrfriend

    Bulletsrrfriend Longview Member

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    If you are looking for a 100% made in USA stainless steel 1911 you can't beat the Ruger SR1911. I liked mine so much I have two of them. I have used the Ruger, Taurus, Chip Mcormick and some generic no name magazines firing steel, brass and aluminum cases without any failures of any type. If you know where to get one, get it because it won't be there long.
     
  8. orygun

    orygun West Linn Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Thumbs up! It is a great gun, especially for the money. What we've shot ours (I bought it and later gave it to the wife) it has been perfectly reliable. I own and have owned several other 1911s that are much higher in price. In my opinion, you can't beat the Ruger, especially in it's price range.
     
  9. accessbob

    accessbob Molalla, OR 2A Supporter

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    I don't own one (I want to though and have for quite some time) but I was able to fire a couple of rounds from one as I ran into a guy at our gun club who was shooting one. If I had wanted one before, I wanted it even more after shooting it. I love it and that is on my list to get.
     
  10. northwestgrizzly

    northwestgrizzly Olympia WA Member

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    Love mine!
     
  11. iamme

    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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    A six month old thread bump for that?????
     
  12. northwestgrizzly

    northwestgrizzly Olympia WA Member

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    The original post was, "thumbs up?or thumbs down? lets hear from other owners"....my response was a simple written expression of "thumbs up". I'm terribly remorseful that some how you incorrectly feel my post was lacking in the proper content to some how satisfy your need for content length, nor do I recall a rule in this forum that states responses to old threads must be a certain length to entertain people. Perhaps next time you simply request more information or better yet, post nothing at at all. Have an extremely nice day.
     
  13. accessbob

    accessbob Molalla, OR 2A Supporter

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    I don't have a problem with the post you made. It fit quite fine here. Don't know why you got the response you did.
     
  14. northwestgrizzly

    northwestgrizzly Olympia WA Member

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    Nor I. Oh well, such is life. :cool:
     
  15. iamme

    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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    Oh goodie a bunch of Noobz soon to be bumping three year old threads will be soooo helpful.

    Posts of any length on a zombie thread are pointless and unneeded.
     
  16. northwestgrizzly

    northwestgrizzly Olympia WA Member

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    A comment on a 6 month old thread does not a 3 year revival make. This forum is meant for the sharing of ideas and information, not the ramblings of a unhappy person. But even so, your comments are unfortunately a shining example of what "noob" really means. Just let it be man....your comments detract from the purpose of this thread.
     
  17. Trailboss

    Trailboss Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Remember that we were all noobs at one time. Show some patience.
     
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  18. coop44

    coop44 Tacoma ,WA Well-Known Member

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    yes, quite true. But their inability to read and write above a third grade level is frustrating.
     
  19. 4NONISSUE

    4NONISSUE south sound Member

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    Love Mine too! ( OH I am only responding to the new posts of the thread ) :{o
     
  20. 4NONISSUE

    4NONISSUE south sound Member

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    Love Mine too! ( OH I am only responding to the new posts to the thread ) :{o