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Wow. I guess I'll be the first to post a RRA. I don't have it with me at the moment. Its at Birdsong getting the Black "T" finish. Rock River offers to send their 1911s for this finish as an option when ordering. I opted for the standard "Lustrous blued finish" and regretted it so its getting the Black T now instead.

I have the Limited Match. Its my favorite full size 1911, which is saying something, because I own several high end and semi custom models. The bluing is very thin and wears easily so I recommend getting the hard chrome or black T from the start.

Here's a link to the Limited Match, shown with the hard chrome option:
http://www.rockriverarms.com/item-detail.cfm?ID=PS2400&storeid=1&image=plm.gif

Here's a pic of mine I took before. I'll post more pics when I get it back from Birdsong. The only pic I have of it is with some of my other semi custom 1911s. Its the gun on the left. I ordered mine without front serrations for a cleaner look.

 

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I'm with you bac, I don't have as many "high end" guns as you, but most of the 1911's I do own have been to places like EGW. I have two RRA's.. a Limited Match and a Basic Limited Match and without question, they're the best 1911's I've ever owned.. I just bought a Nighthawk Dominator, so I'm real interested to see how it compares.. Anyway, I'll try to get some pic's up here shortly.

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RRA 1911s are prety much a full-house custom gun for the price of an upgraded factory gun. hard to beat that. their rifles are great too.
 

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RRA are real good weapons. Don't know if I said before or not, but the two guys from Rock River had work for Les Bear.
 

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Did they? wow, that makes them even better. the only thing bad I've ever heard about RRA is that their machine-cut checkering can be a little sharp at times, but that could just be the shooter's preference.

Once I get a job and my CCW, I am seriously thinking of getting one of their pistols. I might buy myself one of their rifles on my 18th birthday too.... I'm counting the days.....
 
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