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    My dad got the Ruger Commander SR1911 .45 in stainless when it first came out as his retirement gift to himself. I have to say that's one fine shootin' iron. The sights on the gun just seem to naturally drop back to your point of aim after every shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManxTom View Post
    Mine cost me the equivalent of $1,295..!! If you choose to shoot, anywhere in UK / GB it's going to cost you..!!
    I feel your pain. Here in California, we have what's known as the "Roster". Only guns on the roster can be bought by civilians. If you're in law enforcement you're exempt and can buy anything you want. This has made for a huge secondary market with crazy high prices. I did get lucky though and only paid $765 for my SR1911. It usually goes for more like $1000. The Sig P365 goes for $1200.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManxTom View Post
    I was lucky enough to be able to try out all the SR1911 models last year when visiting friends in MS. I thought they were all fine guns but the Commander just felt right in my hands. Got the bug for 1911's when I was stationed in Germany with the Army and we had some US Rangers attached to us for training. We got to shoot their 1911's a lot and I came to hate the Browning Hi-Power we were issued with.. this is back in the mid 1970's.
    Whoa! I like my 1911, but the Hi Power is nothing to sneeze at....just my humble opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    You guys SUCK! Now, I'm actually thinking I need another 1911 and I love Rugers, own 10 of 'em of one sort or another. BUT, I don't need another carry!

    I've been doing the same thing...poking around looking at officer's models of 1911... Who figured that we would get an enabler from the Isle of Man??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    ….Who figured that we would get an enabler from the Isle of Man??
    Just trying to do my bit. As someone once said, "Only accurate firearms are interesting", and the SR1911 series are all that, and more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManxTom View Post
    Mine cost me the equivalent of $1,295..!! If you choose to shoot, anywhere in UK / GB it's going to cost you..!!

    ahh=-yea that's why I live in Georgy and reload!
    cost here at my regular old gun shop /range is like 839 then the tax on it, which is around 60 bucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morrcarr67 View Post
    I The Sig P365 goes for $1200.
    cough-cough-cough- grab my chest!!
    WOW--I paid 485 plus tax for mine!--Good grief!!!
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    Good looking Pistol Tom!


    Quote Originally Posted by morrcarr67 View Post
    I feel your pain. Here in California, we have what's known as the "Roster". Only guns on the roster can be bought by civilians. If you're in law enforcement you're exempt and can buy anything you want. This has made for a huge secondary market with crazy high prices. I did get lucky though and only paid $765 for my SR1911. It usually goes for more like $1000. The Sig P365 goes for $1200.
    So law enforcement is running the black market on handguns!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darbo View Post
    Good looking Pistol Tom!




    So law enforcement is running the black market on handguns!?
    They like to call it a gray market.

    Though there have been a few LEO's who've had to turn in all of their guns because they're now felon's.

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    I got the Ruger LW Commander in 45 ACP when it first came out. Put on a set of CT lasergrips and bought it its own holster.


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