D0nQuix0te: gees remind me never to piss you off. good shooting.
doctruptwn: Thanks, Brother Appreciate the sub back.
chgofirefighter: Hey "doctruptwn" where are you located? Illinois by any chance? Nice
performing RIA, I asked you if you shoot it on another video, but this
clears up my question.
fatglide: Just ordered a set in black. Had to send my Rock 1911 compact tac 9mm back
for warranty, had many fte. Would not eject spent round,could see marks on
the side of shell where the extractor would slip off. Hope it comes back
soon,great otherwise. Love the vids.
doctruptwn: I believe it's a principal issue that they are made in the Phillipeans,
which is really kinda stupid if you know the history of the 1911 and the
fact that many WWII guns were made there after the liberation to quickly
supply the forces.
joash480: kinda annoying how these guns were made in the Philippines and yet we
Filipinos can't even buy them coz they ain't available in the local market.
racekidd131: i hear nothing but good things about the ria 1911 seems to be a nice solid
doctruptwn: It looks like a circle with a "Y" Guess it could be an "M" don't know.
counterfitt1: which 9mm would you recomend for this pistol?
theDIGITALperception: Loved the new intro, very sharp. Ordered my skin gripz, I really like what
they stand for, thanks for recommending such a great company.
556DOS45: Sorry to hear about the two failure to fires. Maybe she just needs to be
broke in. She looks like a keeper! Would a stronger or heavier firing pin
help hit the primers harder?
nightfall22: I enjoyed watching a couple of your videos about this gun... I am debating
on picking it up... Its really starting to grow on me. Good work on the
videos brother, thank you and keep them coming!
doctruptwn: Corel Video Studio Pro 5
James L: Where did you get all the extra mags? Great shooting!
doctruptwn: So far I've had good luck with Winshester Ranger Hp's and a majority of my
shooting has been with my reloads.
doctruptwn: I got it at centerfire systems dot com, but Rocks ate very hard to find
right now. They had a typhoon last spring and with the harbor strike
currently, they ate in very short supply.
MyHollowpoint: Great looking and shooting 9mm, your aim was on the money.
Iancwilliamson: Is that blued jt matte black?
chgofirefighter: Hello, if you dont mind me asking.. How much did you pay for this RIA?
chgofirefighter: The fight its not over yet, but hopefully, we should be the next CCW state,
Chicago is the City who is againts it, however, Chicago isn't the whole
state, lol!~ But being in Public Safety I'm not too concern about the
ruling, however, I would like this state to become a CCW state, of course,
w proper training, certification, etc Thanks again~ Looking forward to the
RIA however, most places are sold out of them, so they must be good! Thanks
angel blade: headshots!
joesmoke69: would have liked to see the mag with the x grip actually in the gun, that
would have been nice. maybe when you get the new grips? also how would you
compare the rock island compact to the citadel compact? which do you prefer
Serrgio45acp: sweet looking gun
doctruptwn: Unfortunity no. they just have it in full size and compact.
joash480: i know, the worst part is that it also seems hard to find an M2011 one with
the full rail.
doctruptwn: 9 Rounds
doctruptwn: Thanks for the kind words, Brother. I think this pistol will be another
hit. Just need to get some more rounds through it and I think the FTF issue
wil go away.
SRCDLC: Is there a 1911 compact like this in 9mm with a rail? Thanks
doctruptwn: It is parkerized black.
6281kevinc: I really like the idea of running a full size mag with the x grip. Can you
tell me if the full size magazine is 8 or 9 round? Thanks and great video!
doctruptwn: Wel there are several options. The first would be to see if the mainspring
firing pin spring and the firing pin are in spec, and them make adjustments
The Shooter's Mindset: What a sweet pistol. Thanks for sharing.
Buzz Clark: I purchased the compact 1911 .45acp RIA & I feel I made a mistake as I feel
it would fit me all around better if it was the full size. All this was
after I put new controls on it & also put in a Cylinder & Slide Trigger
Group which sure smoothed out & lowered the trigger poundage to like 4.5
lbs. Sure wish I would have a full size & would be open to a trade of some
sort. Thanks. Sincerely, JAMES.
doctruptwn: Weird because you guy's have the full size in 9mm for many years before it
came over here,
doctruptwn: Most all 1911's will use the same parts. Beware of "star" brand they may
look like 1911's but they are not. Otherwise most all other 1911's are the
same pattern and can use the same parts. 1911's do however require that the
parts are fit to each gun. so there is some work to put forward on
exchanging things like the trigger hammer or sights. The officer size uses
a smaller mainspring housing and shorter mag if you want it flush. That is
where the x-grip extension comes into play.
cha pi: Cool video n good review..i do hve ria 1911 9mm full n citadel 45 acp
compact n they r great..no problem at all..if u dont mind me asking u on
where u get ur compact 9mm im so desperate to hve one..tnx..
James L: I have never owned a 1911, looking at this model for 1st one, so i'm
assuming that all compact 1911 mags will fit it? grips and dove tail novak
sites also? or do they need to be brand specific? ie. RIA Armscor?
Vincent Hollaway: I'm still trying to see why so many bash the Rock Island firearms. They
seem to work very well. And in these bad economic times value is everything.
ChuckZulu: Great video. I subbed you back.
doctruptwn: Coffeyville, Ks. They are great pistols. You won't be disappointed. And
congrats on joining the free world, with the latest court decision.
joash480: cool gun, would make a good carry gun over my 1911A2, how far were you
ParasidicGeneration: now thats a cool 1911
Fernando Medina: That's some awesome shooting sir!
doctruptwn: Tomarrow according to USPS. Video to follow.
doctruptwn: The Boy's in Nevada should take good care of you. Sounds like a bad
extractor. Let us know how it turns out.
MrSabotSlug: My buddy just got this gun chambered in 45. I kinda freaked him out. He had
never taken down a 1911 before. I had it in pieces in just a few minutes. I
had the sear, disconnector, trigger and all out. His grip safety had a
little rattle. I fixed that, I adjusted the sear spring just a little and
when I put it back together. There was not rattle. He asked me were i
learned how to do it. I told him about you & your channel.
trickyasafox: mag looks like a metalform- nice vid.
doctruptwn: 10-15 yards