Joe Pesci: Which holster model did you order from CDNN Sports please. I am looking to pick one up and want to make sure I get one that fits since the models do not say they are for a 1911 on their site. Thanks.
Dawson Sexton: Where did you find this gun website or dealer plz help
Patriot1962: Mine is different than yours. I cannot take the guide rod and spring off by hand, I have to use a paper clip. The spring cup on yours has a shoulder on it that mine does not have. Mine goes completely inside of the channel where yours indexes on the shoulder. I don't know if mine is older or newer than yours as mine is a used gun. Still love it though. It's my EDC.
June Lewis: I just bought this pistol. Armscor/Rock Island knows how to build a solid 1911 45 acp. I own Colts and Kimbers, but for me, it doesn't make sense to spend thousands on a Colt or Kimber, when I can purchase an Armscor. Again, this is just for me, at the end of the day, my pistols are for self defense purposes, not target shooting. I started out with the Colt 1911 A1, as a young United States Marine, fifty years ago. I saw the 1911 in combat in Vietnam, so I know what a 45 slug will do to flesh. I have an Armscor 1911 45 acp, rail gun; that has nightsights. I have ran hundreds of rounds through it, without a single hiccup. It is my bedside gun, along with my Mossberg 12 gauge. My wife has a 9mm on her side of the bed. You presented a very good review of this pistol, and I thank you!
Run Platypus: Nice gun for ccw!
Chris Jamison: Thank god I just watched this video, I have had mine for about 4 weeks and the paper clip thing was annoying as crap. Also, looks liked you polished those grips up a little bit, looks good!! Bought Hogue grips for mine and makes a world off difference. Happy shooting
javelin005: it's the CSP model .
angel blade: what model is it?
pedro penduko: Nice review
javelin005: I'd love one in 9mm... too bad for me it's probably not on california's approved list..
ericjwilliams28: Just got one the other day. I love it! I have an ria commander in 9mm as
well, and its also a great gun.
javelin005: Thanks, It's a stock gun pretty much. Just the factory spring.
Tango Six: Nice vid sir. Would like to ask if you are using an 18 or 20 pound recoil spring. Thanks.
TheHullraiser: Nice simply explained vid. I had the full size & just got the compact w/ hogue grip Is little different takedown than full( easier) but I like it. I use the Blackhawk retention on both and like them a lot. Pistols not going anywhere till release pushed, which is all one motion when drawing. I carry sig 238 in summer & Taurus pt745 and now RIA1911A1CS too in winter.
javelin005: Cool, I hope it works for you.... thanks for watching.
Wallpaper?: Hey Javelin005 my man! Thanks for sharing that tip on field stripping that baby 45. I did not know that it can be done that way without the tools. I will definitely try it. More power! Shoot safely!
javelin005: Yup, I'm into super stock cars of the 60's , they had some pretty sweet looking cars in some of thier older series.
javelin005: Yeah, they do where the finish off of guns, that is a down side, the retention is so solid it's just something I will have to put up with. My parkerized finish has worn down but honestly I just cant see myself using any other type of holster. Simply the most rigid and accessible holster type I have ever used.
DSaenz2006: those kydex holseter are nice and smooth, just be careful with them.. over time mine put some nice little wear scratches on the sides of my slide near the front of the pistol..