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Old 03-07-2013, 11:42 AM
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Old 03-12-2013, 11:59 PM
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Nice looking RIA, did you do any other mods other than the comp/ Also who made the Comp? Was it a drop in or didi it require fitting?
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Old 03-20-2013, 11:59 PM
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Thanks! Sure did! Wilson Combat Compensator, WC 2 piece guide rod, WC ultralight trigger, WC spring refresh kit, WC magwell and Novak front and rear green combat Fiber Optic sights. Also did a trigger job at 3.5 lbs. and an action job. It's such a joy to shoot, not one failure in 1500+ rounds. I use it to compete and it's my trusted go to gun for home defense. Basically I trust my life to it over any of my other guns.

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That is sexy as hell.
Now I really want a RIA,dammit
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This picture is the reason I decided to get a RIA, but I cannot find these grips. I can almost make out the logo, but still cannot find them! Can someone point me in the right direction?
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:56 PM
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those look like hogue rubber grips.
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Old 04-22-2013, 5:51 AM
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those look like hogue rubber grips.
Yup, Houge soft rubber grips. Here's a link,

http://www.hoguestore.com/index.php?...oducts_id=4621
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Old 04-25-2013, 10:48 AM
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Thanks! Pics to come!
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I might as well share my RIA.
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Been waiting months for this -- it arrived today:


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Thanks burnup and ed for the grip identification!
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sorry for no response been out of it for a while, got the hogue rubber grips thru amazon

here a recent pic of my 38super
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Old 05-19-2013, 4:18 AM
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Default RIA 1911 Tactical w/ Pachmayr Auto American Legend Finger Groove Grip

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with VZ black desert sand grips
and 10rd Chip McCormick mags
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Can't seem to take a decent pic to save my life! My tactical with my M5


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Damn all these pics lookin so nice, I have been wanting a RIA for a while, trying to trade my p345 for one. If not ima sell it then go buy a RIA!
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GI model. New grips, trigger, safety, hammer and beaver tail?
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Not quite a RIA but...
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Citadel with VZ grips and 10-8 rear sight, gi guide rod and plug
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Old 06-15-2013, 7:49 AM
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decided to change the slide for my optic, will add a wide magwell later.

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I've always wanted a 1911 with a compensator and I've always wanted a gun purposefully built for bowling pin shooting competitions. Well, I got my wish...







I took my 9mm RIA 1911 back to Mark Bunach, The OC Gunsmith, and we put our heads together. That's what we came up with. I used a Kensight Defensive Adjustable Rear Sight (Novak cut) and a Novak .225 tall front sight. The compensator is from Wilson Combat. The OC Gunsmith did the finish job too! That's Cerakote "Armor Black" and Cerakote "Burnt Bronze". I am supremely pleased with how the gun turned out. Plus, it's a blast to shoot...literally! The compensator creates an impressive muzzle flash, and since it's just a 9mm, it is extremely easy to control and it's very accurate. Cheers, fellow RIA owners! --1911ShooterPhil
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Totally stock .45 ACP other than the Hogue grips, I regret buying a GI instead of holding out for a tactical, as my hands bulge over the beaver tail and I fear the imminent wrath of the hammer.

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I blame most of you for me wanting VZ Grips. lol its a good thing i guess
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Just got this back from Templar Sports in Los Gatos.
Got rid of the ambi safety and had them install an Ed Brown single sided
safety. I installed the Fusion trigger and GunCrafter integral lanyard loop
MSH, extended Wilson mag catch and slide stop and bushing comp.
They Cerakoted the main portion of the pistol Tungsten Grey and everything else Armor Black. Grips are my first attempt. Pins set into G10.
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I love the picatinny rail on the frame. I wish mine had that. The two-tone look is pretty neat. I love two-tone guns, myself. The grips are unique, that's for sure. Overall, that's a pretty sexy piece, dude. --1911ShooterPhil
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.45 pretty much stock besides the arched msh and grips
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I took my 9mm RIA 1911 back to Mark Bunach, The OC Gunsmith, and we put our heads together. That's what we came up with. I used a Kensight Defensive Adjustable Rear Sight (Novak cut) and a Novak .225 tall front sight. The compensator is from Wilson Combat. The OC Gunsmith did the finish job too! That's Cerakote "Armor Black" and Cerakote "Burnt Bronze". I am supremely pleased with how the gun turned out. Plus, it's a blast to shoot...literally! The compensator creates an impressive muzzle flash, and since it's just a 9mm, it is extremely easy to control and it's very accurate. Cheers, fellow RIA owners! --1911ShooterPhil
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I've always wanted a 1911 with a compensator and I've always wanted a gun purposefully built for bowling pin shooting competitions. Well, I got my wish...







I took my 9mm RIA 1911 back to Mark Bunach, The OC Gunsmith, and we put our heads together. That's what we came up with. I used a Kensight Defensive Adjustable Rear Sight (Novak cut) and a Novak .225 tall front sight. The compensator is from Wilson Combat. The OC Gunsmith did the finish job too! That's Cerakote "Armor Black" and Cerakote "Burnt Bronze". I am supremely pleased with how the gun turned out. Plus, it's a blast to shoot...literally! The compensator creates an impressive muzzle flash, and since it's just a 9mm, it is extremely easy to control and it's very accurate. Cheers, fellow RIA owners! --1911ShooterPhil
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Thanks! Sure did! Wilson Combat Compensator, WC 2 piece guide rod, WC ultralight trigger, WC spring refresh kit, WC magwell and Novak front and rear green combat Fiber Optic sights. Also did a trigger job at 3.5 lbs. and an action job. It's such a joy to shoot, not one failure in 1500+ rounds. I use it to compete and it's my trusted go to gun for home defense. Basically I trust my life to it over any of my other guns.

Oh, and I forgot the VZ Aliens
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1911 RIA Tactical

Just got her out of jail yesterday. Did a full take down, polished the trigger and hammer and swapped out the grips. Now she has character.
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sorry for no response been out of it for a while, got the hogue rubber grips thru amazon

here a recent pic of my 38super
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Nice! Look at you all Gangster! I'm waiting for a nickle 38 super.
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