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YouTube: VIDEO: Hickok45: Ruger SR1911 CMD (Chapter 2)

September 11, 2013

YouTube: VIDEO: Hickok45: Ruger SR1911 CMD (Chapter 2)

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Bobby April 3, 2014 at 3:26 pm

I purchased the Ruger sr 1911 cmd two weeks ago and am deeply in love with her. Ran 300 rds of Federal champion with only one ftf. Sweet shooter and looks like a more expensive gun.

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mike white August 20, 2014 at 2:40 pm

I bought a SR1911 a month ago. Love the gun, no complaints at all. I ran through a 500 rd. brick of target ammo and 80 rounds of Hornady Custom 230 grain XTP. So far everyone who sees the gun loves the cosmetics and more importantly it works great [perfect] it has softened up well and went from new stiff to broken in loose at 400+ rounds. It is now my home defense third arm of my triage [12ga pump, .357 revolver, SR1911]. I prefer the 7 rd. factory mag to the 8 rd. because of the extension. Watching Hickok45 go gaga over a non Glock didn’t hurt. I also added the Ruger smooth grips with the bird on the side. Still get a good grip without the bite of the serrations. It would be nice if it had the bob tail in case I decided to carry it. As it is my old SW .357 snub stays on my side for now.

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dave Weather January 15, 2015 at 7:48 pm

I have both the CMD and the 5inch.I love both. I have gone through over a thousand cartridges of FReedom Munitions in each. Both are running perfect. I went through 500 in one afternoon and tore through about 40 paper targets with no worse than a 3inch grouping at 50yards and 2inch at 25yds with the 5inch.I have friends who bring their 1911’s to my farm and all are amazed at the performance for the price of Rugers. These are Masonic brothers in many professions from actual brick mason to a Gastroenterologist to a NASA scientist at Langley and shipyard worker. They bring everything from les Baer to para and one nighthawk and one Wilson. All nice guns but it is more the Indian than the arrow. None shoot better with their 1911 than when they fire the Rugers.Practice makes the marksman, not the weapon in most instances.

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