Ruger expands its Officer options

Ruger has been hot and heavy with its 1911 offerings in recent years– to include any number of full-size 5-inch barreled variants in the standard .45ACP and always popular 9mm and 10mm. Now– and it is about time– they have kicked in a a $900~ Officer sized model that reains a steel frame to boot, giving Kimber and Springfield a run for their money.

According to Ruger, “The new SR1911 Officer-Style pistol chambered in .45 Auto features a shorter, 3.60″ barrel and shortened grip frame that makes for an ideal concealment pistol. Compared to the SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style, the steel frame on this new model retains additional weight for better balance, lower recoil and greater durability.”

Lots of features:

CNC Machined Slide & Frame w/ Low-Glare Stainless Finish
3.6” Bushing-Less Stainless Steel Bull Barrel w/ Full Length Guide Rod
Positive Barrel lock-up allows for Superior Accuracy Out-of-the-Box
Traditional Design w/ Replaceable Grip Panels & Checkered Backstrap
Lightweight, Aluminum, Skeletonized Trigger provides a Crisp, No Creep, Light Trigger Pull
Adjustable Over-Travel Stop w/ a Quick, Positive Reset
Skeletonized Hammer & Titanium Firing Pin for faster Lock Time
Oversized Beavertail Grip Safety provides Positive Function & Reliability
Extended Thumb Safety & Slide Stop Lever for Improved, Positive Manipulation
Integral Plunger Tube for Slide Stop & Thumb Safety is not Staked & will never come loose
Oversized Ejection Port & Extended Magazine Release enhance Competition Performance
Visual Inspection Port allows for Visual Confirmation of a Loaded or Empty Chamber
Rounded Mainspring Housing for Comfortable Carry
Rear Slide Serrations for a Positive Grip
Drift Adjustable, Novak 3-Dot Sights
Accepts Standard, Aftermarket 1911 Parts & Accessories
Classic, Original 1911 Series 70 Design
Includes: Two 7+1 S/S Magazines
Overall Weight: 31 Ounces
Twist Rate: 1 in 16” Right-Hand

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