Model Number: 6702 | Caliber: 45 Auto
|Capacity:||7+1||Grip Frame:||Low-Glare Stainless|
|Slide Material:||Stainless Steel||Slide Finish:||Low-Glare Stainless|
|Sights:||Windage Adjustable Novak® 3-Dot||Barrel Length:||4.25"|
I placed my target out on the range and planned on shooting on it at a distance of 7 yards. The ammo that was used was factory Winchester 230 grain round nose purchased at China-Mart. I strip my defensive rounds out of the Chip McCormick 8 round mag and put the factory Winchester ammo in and proceed to the line. As I take aim, the feel and weight of the pistol is real nice and the sights are easy to acquire. As I fire the first 8 rounds through her, the recoil was very manageable and there was not one slip-up in feeding or ejecting. The only comment about ejecting is, don't expect your brass to collect in a general vicinity. It landed from the front to the back on me. The adjustable trigger stop need no adjustment at all.
8 shots(Plus one from someone else, DUKE)
|16 shots and Duke's one shot|
Once back home on Sunday, I broke her down and gave her a good and detailed cleaning.
Prior to purchasing this 1911, I did some research on it and compared it to other quality 1911's I was interested in. I will reiterate what most of the others have said, Ruger did a great job with this pistol. This is a quality gun at a great price. Now there will always be shooters out there that claim that either company "A, B, or C" makes a better 1911. That's fine, go buy them high-dollar 1911's then, its your money and my money purchased this one and I am quite pleased with it.
Oh before I forget, Review of the Steaks for OLDNFO:
THEY WERE AWESOME!!!!!