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Remington Model 1911 R1 Tucson AZ

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Frontier Gun Shop
(520) 325-9880
3156 East Grant Road
Tucson, AZ
 
Rich`s Gun Room
(520) 318-1010
5225 East Pima Street
Tucson, AZ
 
Pioneer Pawn & Gun
(479) 996-4503
15021 South Highway 71
Greenwood, AZ
 
AZ Wolverine Gunsmithing
(623) 582-0498
31 West Lone Cactus Drive # 4
Scottsdale, AZ
 
Ruffs Sporting Goods
(928) 774-6051
2 S Milton Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
 
Murphy`s Guns and Gunsmithing
(520) 881-7074
3235 North Country Club Road
Tucson, AZ
 
Holehan`s Custom Gunsmithing
(520) 745-0622
5758 East 34th Street
Tucson, AZ
 
Scottsdale Gun Center
(480) 874-1383
2515 North Scottsdale Road Suite 9
Scottsdale, AZ
 
Ross Guns & Pawn
(480) 844-2989
1950 North Arizona Avenue
Chandler, AZ
 
Silver Creek Arms
928536473
130 S. 500 E.
Taylor, AZ
 

Remington 1911 R1 Review

When Remington announced last year that it was going to be making a handgun, it definitely got everyone's attention.

When Remington announced last year that it was going to be making a handgun, it definitely got everyone's attention. Big Green, America's oldest gun maker, hadn't produced a handgun in decades, and this was going to be the first new 1911 from the firm in 91 years.

Everyone assumed its 1911 would be traditionally styled, especially considering the 1911's 100-year anniversary was rapidly approaching, and Remington did not disappoint. The R1 does have classic looks, but if you were one of those people hoping for an identical copy of its classic Remington-UMC, you're out of luck.

A lot of people like the looks of vintage 1911s but don't necessarily like shooting them. Their original style grip safeties hurt the hand, their minimalist "hump and a bump" sights are hard to see in direct sunlight, they are difficult to reload with any speed, and they can have reliability issues with anything other than FMJ ammo. Aware of these contradictions, Remington decided to put out a pseudo-vintage version of the traditional 1911 in hopes of pleasing everybody....

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