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Old June 4, 2019, 06:46 AM   #26
claydoctor
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Rock River Arms was in the 1911 business, then they were out of the 1911 business. Now they are back in the 1911 business including their poly version. For a year or more, they ran magazine ads for the poly 1911, yet they were unavailable. Finally about three years ago, they had one on display at the SHOT Show. Having looked forward to it for so long, I was underwhelmed to say the least. It was not that much lighter, if any, than an alloy 1911, so what's the point? Plus, it had a peculiar-looking screw in the frame, that looked like it came from a hardware store. I left dejected
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