Ruger Adds SR1911 Target Model

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posted on November 30, 2016
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Sturm, Ruger & Co. has announced the addition of an SR1911 Target Model. The full-sized, stainless steel pistol features a BoMar-style, fully adjustable rear sight and an extended, ambidextrous manual safety. This new SR1911 in satin-finished stainless steel also features blackened controls with G-10 textured grips. 

The pistol features a 5” stainless steel barrel and weighs 39 oz. with an empty magazine. It ships with one 8-round and one 7-round stainless steel magazine, a bushing wrench and a cable locking device. 

All Ruger SR1911 pistols are 100-percent American made, precision-machined and come standard with many custom features. Ruger’s classic series-70 slide features a lowered and flared ejection port, titanium firing pin and a precision barrel and bushing that are match-machined from the same piece of bar stock. Ruger SR1911 pistols are also equipped with an integral plunger tube, beavertail grip safety, oversized magazine release, skeletonized hammer and skeletonized aluminum trigger.   

For more information, visit Ruger.com.

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