Photo shows the first pre owned specimen we had of Ruger’s new tribute to John M. Browning’s 1911 Government Model .45 Auto. Manufacturer is Sturm, Ruger & Company of Prescott, Arizona, and so marked. Construction is entirely steel metal, with stainless frame, slide, barrel, bushing, spring cap, and magazines; with black anodized sights and furniture. The Ruger SR1911, writes the factory, is a classically styled pistol designed with all of the modern manufacturing advances that you come to expect from Ruger. Accurate, rugged and reliable, the SR1911 is 100% American-made in American factories with American workers. If that’s not American enough, the SR1911’s specs and features approach those of the much pricier Colts, Kimbers, and Smith & Wessons. Specs are Browning design blowback semi automatic pistol; caliber .45 ACP furnished with two factory stainless magazines, one 7 round flat plate and an extended 8 rounder; 5 inch stainless barrel throated to feed any ammunition from steel case Russian all the way to Federal Premium sharp-edged hollowpoints; match grade serrated face alloy .310 skeleton trigger with overtravel adjustment; matching short spur serrated skeleton Commander type hammer; anodized beavertail grip safety with adjacent C style flat serrated mainspring housing; extended serrated Right Hand Shooter anodized main safety; anodized standard slide release; extended magazine release; beveled and inletted magazine well; dovetailed black anodized three dot Novak style front and rear sights; solid satin finish steel construction with 39 ounce weight empty; factory traditional cocobolo diamond pattern checkered grip panels with Ruger Phoenix logos and blue steel Torx grip screws; beveled ejection port; and match grade stainless bushing. As Sturm Ruger has done for many years, this SR1911 pistol embodies quality and custom features at a very competitive price. And in this case, Ruger has achieved something they’re not known for: beauty. This specimen comes to us from its exclusive civilian owner in Hawaii. From its 0 range serial number, it was manufactured in 2012, second year of production. It is in a generic factory box with both magazines, massive Ruger padlock, instruction manual, and factory papers including a never executed factory registration card. Surface detractions are negligible, all we detect is a faint, negligible amount of edge whitening to its anodized parts, and faint slide contact buffing on its barrel’s chamber hood. We rate it as Excellent in Box, perhaps Near Mint, 95 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. From our knowledge of its owner, and from its condition, we estimate this pistol was fired fewer than 300 times. Own the SR1911 in the photos for only $ 659.00 Not transferable to civilian residents of California, District of Colombia, or Massachusetts.
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