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    I didn't expect to see the commander until they caught up on orders for the full size. I'm guessing these will be just as hard to find as their big brother.

    MSRP doesn't look too bad. Wasn't it $799 last year for the full size? I was worried they would hike the price more.

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    makes me wish i'd waited on my sr1911, but i guess now i'll have bothcommander and government
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    I just hope they (eventually) do a lightweight 1911 frame. After all, they DO know a thing or two about the casting of aluminum alloys. Sorry to see the P345 leave the line-up, it's mighty comfortable in my hand. It was their 1st centerfire autoloading pistol that, to me, didn't feel like a brick with a trigger. Go Ruger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mulle46 View Post
    yeah, just checked the width of my duty g21, it's 1.28, so the sr45 would be double stack.
    I don't think it is. it retains the size of the SR9, 1.27 is the slide width( not sure if that includes controls or not ) , the grip is thinner, it is only a 10+1. So if it is a double it isn't much of one.
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    The sr1911 commander might find it's way to my home one day if I can find one. It might be a while but I like it even though I have not seen or held one yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctr View Post
    Bummer. Wonder what happened, did Ruger hire some guys from S&W? Gees, guns are supposed to go bang.
    Some states require it. I'm guessing they're trying to cater to all markets. (I wish they'd offer special models for those states, but I guess it's not financially or realistically viable.)

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    I saw a video yesterday,on guns and ammo, on the sr45.It looks nice.

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