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Remington Introduces 1911 R1 Carry Pistol

October 23, 2012  | 

Remington has introduced the Remington Model 1911 R1 Carry, a full-size, "de-horned" 1911 pistol that's easier to carry and holster.

The R1 Carry is the latest version of the Model 1911 R1 that marked the company's decades-long return to the handgun market in 2010. On the de-horned version, sharp edges have been smoothed, so the pistol's edges won't catch or grab during holstering.

The R1 Carry features a carbon steel slide and forged-steel frame with satin-black oxide finish; beavertail grip safety with 25 LPI checkered memory bump; ambidextrous safety; front strap and mainspring housing checkered at 25 LPI; Novak sights with Tritium front sight; and cocobola grip panels.

The R1 Carry is shipped in a custom carry case with two magazines (a seven and eight round) and a barrel bushing wrench. The pistol retails for $1,299.

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Rick @ 10/24/2012 8:45 AM

Add a 1913 rail, add some serrations to the forward part of the slide to make it easier to grip, add a spot forward of the rear sight to install a small red dot scope and you'll have a great combat pistol.

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