Rock River Arms 1911 Poly

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posted on January 17, 2012
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No, Rock River's latest 1911 doesn't want a cracker. It is, however, built on a polymer frame with a polymer mainspring housing and a polymer shoed trigger. There is a 4140 steel billet frame insert and the slide is also of that alloy. Not a bad looking 1911, with a contemporary twist. The company will also offer interchangeable colors on the frame body for those seeking something other than black.

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