The Ruger SR1911 retails at $1,019 however local gun stores have it available for right around $750. Its features include; a five-inch bushingless bull-barrel, full-length guide rod, rubber grips, (2) eight-round magazines, skeleton trigger and hammer, a 70’s series (without a firing pin block) 5.75-pound trigger and target sights with the rear being adjustable. Other features include a flat mainspring housing, extended beavertail, and a non-textured front strap on the grip. All things considered, the Ruger SR1911 10mm is a loaded package that’s put together with typical Ruger Firearms quality.
Let’s face it, 1911’s are incredible handguns that are beautifully historic, functionally superior and amazingly accurate shooting handguns. You guessed it, I’m a huge fan of 1911’s. There is nothing like that short single action trigger that makes an average shooter feel like a professional. When I’m having a rough day at the range, I load up my full-size Desert Eagle 1911G and my problem is solved. The supreme accuracy a 1911 handgun delivers is a confidence booster that, in my opinion, cannot be duplicated.