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Old May 17th, 2017, 08:16 PM #21
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People got the word with that last pistol they put out, and then had to recall. Why do that to yourself when there's so many other choices that are decent? Time and ammo aren't free, and there's very little that's more frustrating than a new gun that isn't right.
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The Remington brand is dying...
Seems to be a slow painful death.

**The big "R" on the grip just kills it for me.
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Old May 19th, 2017, 08:53 PM #22
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Never mind that it looks atrocious, and literally everybody has already built a striker-fired polymer framed pistol.

At least the R1 (?) had cool lines. There's not many good-looking double-action steel autos except for Beretta, and good-looking is sort of a stretch for a 92. Maybe I need to hunt down a CZ to handle in person. I've got nothing against polymer, exactly, (got plenty of Glocks since they do go bang) but I do like steel.

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