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Sunday, October 13, 2013

MORE POWER PER SQUARE INCH Part II =)




  Item Number 227R3-45-BSS
  Caliber .45 ACP
  Action Type DA/SA
  Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs
  Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
  Overall Length 7.10 in
  Overall Height 5.50 in
  Overall Width 1.50 in
  Barrel Length 3.9 in
  Weight w/Mag 30.5 oz
  Sight Radius 5.7 in
  Mag Capacity 10 Rounds
  Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights
  Grips One-piece polymer
  Frame Finish Black Hard Anodized
  Slide Finish Nitron®
  Accessory Rail Yes
  Features Nitron® finish slide, light-weight alloy carry frame, accessory rail
  MSRP $1,085
  CA Compliant No
  MA Compliant No

7 comments:

  1. Wow, $1000+, to much, I don't spent a thousand on any gun, unless it shoots 308......... ;-)

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    1. Theres only a few guns Id pay a grand for. I almost paid that for my AR and my 1911, but again its a 1911. The shotgun I want is over that, but probably be the last new shotgun Id ever buy.

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    2. Yep, I might spend 1000 + on a 1911, but now, it would only be for collecting, I bought a Para with all the toys for $ 650.00, I love it. As for an AR, I build my own, I have 2, custom, and laid out. I have about $ 900.00 in one and $ 650.00 in the other. If you study what works, they get cheaper to build.
      Now a M1A is what I want, a Springfield, probably $ 1300 to 1500, then ad a scope.. Ect.....

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    4. M1A is on my list too. I got a guy that can build me an AR for 800 with top of line parts. Then a lil more for any caliber that I want from a 9mm to a 50 bewulf. I paid a bought 900 for my springfield 1911, just your basic stainless with wood grips service model

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  3. Well if its any thing like my p226 you'll love it. Yea they cost alot but its worth it.

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