Remington R1 Carry Commander

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posted on January 22, 2013
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It wasn't all that long ago that Remington had no handgun line to speak of. Now, though, the company is cranking out some of the most sought after 1911s on the market in its R1 series. The latest step? The new R1 Commander Carry.

Features:

• .45 ACP
• 4.25" Match Grade Stainlee Barrel with Target Crown
• De-Horned Forged Carbon Steel Frame and Slide
• Satin Black Oxide Finish
• Beavertail Grip Safety with Checkered Memory Bump
• Checkered Front Strap & Mainspring Housing
• Ambidextrous Safety
• Novak Sights With Tritium Front Night Sight
• One 7-Round and One 8-Round Magazine
• Enhanced Hammer
• Lowered and Flared Ejection Port
• Cocobolo Grips

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