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Ruger SR1911 No. 6700 45 ACP, $799 (Grade: A- 2011)

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The Low Glare finish was handsome and remarkably dirt resistant. Personal preferences may be the only points of contention. Fit and finish were outstanding.

Ruger SR1911 No. 6700 45 ACP, $799 (Grade: A- 2011)

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The SR1911 had the most heavily relieved trigger in our three-gun test. It was made from aluminum. The original trigger was steel, and itís shown here in the white, and is available from www.Cylinder-Slide.com.
Our Ruger SR1911 offered the most pronounced magazine release among our pistols (arrow). It was extended compared to the original button as shown on the Cylinder & Slide 100th Anniversary Edition (right). We felt the Ruger releaseís detent spring was unnecessarily heavy. Note the solid trigger and glassy blue finish on the 1911 retro pistol.
Rugerís supplied 8-round magazine appeared to seat slightly ajar. But it was buttressed to the front strap and remained tightly in place.

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