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Sweet, someday I might have to break away from all my 1911s being in 45acp. You never know, that Ruger might be ticket.

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I would be more excited if I couldn't pick up a delta elite for a similar price range

 

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It is so nice to see more manufacturers adding 10mm models to their lineups. I would be in for one of these if I did not recently get a 10mm sig 1911 tacops.

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Wow! That fuggin' rocks! About time Ruger got with the 10mm crowd. Maybe, in the next decade we'll get a GP-100, or a Redhawk in 10mm. Probably be able to get these for between $800-$900 bucks. This one would fit-in nicely with my Dan Wesson, and Kimber.

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I thought somebody here said that the 10mm wasn't popular anymore :lol:

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All I can say right now is the Ruger is 100's of dollars less than the new Dan Wessons, SIG's, etc.

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No thanks, I already have two Smith 610's. I can't see paying the $600 dollars, above and beyond the price of the original revolver.

Um yeah, find me a S&W 610 and I will buy it right now! Or you could just sell me one of yours?!

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I picked up one about two weeks ago and really like it, it is easier shooting than my Delta Elite, I'm sure it is because of the 'bull barrel'. I had a couple of bobbles in the first two mags through the gun but it has been 100% since then for several hundred rounds. What I attributed to a mag problem may well have been a 'new gun break in' problem. I like the wooden double diamond grips better.

 

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These two targets were fired standing at twenty yards as I didn't have a bench. Nine rounds at one target and eight rounds at the other.

 

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Steve..........

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Looks plenty accurate at 60 feet without a bench. I agree, that the wood grips dress the pistol up a little more. What kind of ammo were you running in the Ruger 10mm?

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That was some Power Pistol in Starline brass, Winchester LP primer and one of the 180 gr plated hollow point bullets.

 

Steve........

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One of those targets was with my Delta Elite and the other one the Ruger 10mm and I didn't mark them and can't remember which is which now. I'm pretty sure the bottom one is the Ruger 10mm.

 

Steve.............

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Ruger is making the Redhawk in 10MM.

Wow, you gotta be shiitin' me! I've been suggesting this forever. Awwww yeah!

 

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I just bought a Ruger SR1911 from Bud's Guns for $780 out the door (+$27 transfer). It is my 5th 10mm, Glock G20 and G29, S&W 1006 and 1076.

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sweet!

 

Are you sure can handle that recoil? :lol:

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I picked up one about two weeks ago and really like it, it is easier shooting than my Delta Elite, I'm sure it is because of the 'bull barrel'. I had a couple of bobbles in the first two mags through the gun but it has been 100% since then for several hundred rounds. What I attributed to a mag problem may well have been a 'new gun break in' problem. I like the wooden double diamond grips better.

 

wlfSF4nl.jpgd7gJgjgl.jpg

 

VNhL6Qfl.jpglScajrMl.jpg

 

These two targets were fired standing at twenty yards as I didn't have a bench. Nine rounds at one target and eight rounds at the other.

 

ozV0CQQl.jpgLnS2vHDl.jpg

 

Steve..........

 

 

Congratulations on a fine pistol and welcome to the Board !

 

I am with you on the wooden grips, but with full house 10 mm, I guess the bottom

line is which grips do you shoot best with ?

 

John

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I was surprised to read in the article that Lon linked to that Ruger was using the same recoil spring

as their .45 ACP pistols...

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I just bought a Ruger SR1911 from Bud's Guns for $780 out the door (+$27 transfer). It is my 5th 10mm, Glock G20 and G29, S&W 1006 and 1076.

The S&W 10xx-series autos were built-like tanks.

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