The Ruger SR1911 Pistol is a classically styled pistol designed with modern manufacturing advances. Their precision CNC-controlled machining process results in s superior slide-to-frame fit and smooth slide travel. Positive barrel lock-up allows for superior accuracy out of the box. The lightweight, aluminum, skeletonized trigger features an adjustable over-travel stop and provides a very crisp, light trigger pull with a quick positive reset and has a skeletonized hammer and titanium firing pin for faster lock time. Its extended thumb safety and slide stop lever for improved, positive manipulation. These accept standard, aftermarket 1911 parts and accessories and includes two 7-round stainless steel magazines.
There are three hammer positions on your Ruger SR1911 pistol: AT REST (fully forward), FULLY COCKED (fully rearward) and HALF-COCKED. The AT REST (fully forward) position is when the face of the hammer is resting on the firing pin. The pistol should never be carried or left AT REST on a loaded chamber. It should only be carried AT REST on an empty chamber. The FULLY COCKED (fully rearward) position is when the hammer is pulled all the way back to the second click point. This is the fire position and pulling the trigger when the hammer is in this position will cause the pistol to fire (assuming it is loaded). If carrying the pistol in the FULLY COCKED position, the manual safety should always be engaged. The HALF-COCKED hammer position is designed to serve as an automatic safety in the event of an unintentional hammer fall and should not be used in normal operation. If the hammer is pulled back beyond this point and inadvertently released, the hammer will drop into this position and will not contact the firing pin.
Features of Ruger SR1911 Pistol
- Low-Glare stainless finish
- Classic, original 1911 Series 70 design
- Oversized beavertail grip
- Novak 3-dot sights
- Thumb safety
Made In United States of America