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New In Box TRP™ Operator® Black Armory Kote™ w/ Full Length Integral Accessory Rail .45ACP $1550.00 Plus NJ Nics and NJ Tax Caliber: .45ACP Recoil System: 1 Piece N.M. Full Length Guide Rod Sights: Fully Adjustable, 3-Dot Tritium Weight: (with Empty Magazine) 45oz Height: 5.7" Slide: Forged Carbon Steel, Black Armory Kote™ Barrel: 5 inch Stainless Steel Match Grade Bull Length: 8.6" Grip: Type Black G-10 Frame: Forged Carbon Steel, Black Armory Kote™ , With Full Length Accessory Rail Magazines: 2 - 7 Round, Stainless Steel w/ Slam Pads MSRP: $1,730.00 The TRP™ series of 1911s from Springfield Armory® are serious tools for the most serious of applications. These tactically proven pistols are intentionally designed to work under the worst conditions you’ll encounter. You’ll find all the quality, features and performance that you need in a 1911 of this class. TRP™ level quality starts with the forged national match frame and slide. These are precision fit and then mated with a match grade stainless steel barrel and bushing. The 20LPI checkering on the front strap, checkered mainspring housing and G10 grips will keep this gun in your hands when the sweat and adrenaline are flowing. The crisp 4.5 – 5lb trigger pull means you can more easily put shots on target when it matters most. 3-Dot tritium sights and an extended beveled magazine will remind you that the TRP™ was designed for use in high stress places – where the environment works against target acquisition, and mag swaps have to be lightning fast. The Armory Kote™ or Stainless Steel finish will protect your TRP™ so it’s ready for the next mission. Sometimes performance isn’t optional. When your requirements dictate that you use the best tools available, reach for the Tactical Response Pistol™.
Hi guys. I just purchased a Springfield MC Operator, and haven't even been to the range with it yet, but have been dry firing (with snap caps) quite a bit. Tonight I took a look and noticed some wear completely through the finish on the muzzle end, and also on the frame where it is making contact. Is this normal, and to be expected? For reference, my Kimber has no signs of wear in this area. It looks like the round cut in the frame isn't perfectly rounded on that side. Please look at the crappy iphone pics below. Thanks.