Davidson's Exclusive Remington R1 Long Slide Hunter Pistol

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posted on April 4, 2017
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Davidson's has teamed up with Remington to offer the Remington R1 Long Slide Hunter, a 10 mm pistol built on the 1911 platform and finished in Oil Rubbed Bronze.

The distributor-exclusive R1 LS Hunter features a 6" stainless match-grade barrel, wide front and rear cocking serrations, a picatinny accessory rail, and an extended beavertail grip safety. The pistol is also assembled with an ambidextrous thumb safety, full-length guide rod, target-style adjustable rear sight, red fiber optic front sight, and a set of VZ Premium Operator II G10 grips. A unique Oil Rubbed Bronze PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish provides strong resistance against corrosion while retaining a beautiful and smooth bronze look.

"With the limited quantities available on this Davidson's Exclusive we don't expect them to be around long," said Matt Nicholson,  Davidson's vice president of sales.

MSRP: $1,341. For more information visit galleryofguns.com

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