Along with Ruger, it would seem that Remington is eying the handgun market with a 1911.
A 1911 is in first-production testing, and may be ready for introduction at SHOT Show in January. That is a qualified date because the company seems more concerned in making a solid product before introducing it to the consumer public, eschewing other companies’ practice of launching products and making adjustments on the fly.
When’s Kel-Tec going to get on the Band-wagon!
What other American manufactures haven’t gotten on this train yet?
I certainly wish Ruger the best of the luck, but lately they seem to be running a year or two (at least) behind the latest trends
That’s great news, but where on earth are they going to find a market niche?
You guys are thinking small. I think they should call it the “Remington Rand Two Thousand And . . . . Ten.”
These are the people who saw an overcrowded marketplace and said “me too!”
Hope they have a special run of ’em with a Remington-Rand rollmark. Not a fancy “billbord” style, just plain stamped text, like the origninals. Parkerized, of coruse.
And I hope they make them both as classic 1911s and as modern 1911s with as many goodies as is common in the marketplace.
They did a helluva job on the ones they made decades ago, they oughta hit a home run with the new ones.
Sunk New Dawn
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