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NEW GUN: The Springfield TRP RMR 10mm 1911 Pistol

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Springfield TRP RMR 10mm pistols Springfield TRP RMR 10mm five-inch pistol right profile Springfield TRP RMR 10mm five-inch pistol left profile Springfield TRP RMR 10mm six-inch pistol right profile Springfield TRP RMR 10mm six-inch pistol left angle

Last year, Springfield introduced its TRP Operator, its first production 10mm 1911 which featured five- and six-inch barrel options. The new Springfield TRP RMR 10mm sports those same barrel options, only—as the name would suggest—it also comes with a Trijicon RMR sight milled into the slide. The RMR mount sports an integrated rear tritium sight that allows a 1/3 co-witness of the front sight post. More deets via the press release below:

Springfield Armory chose Trijicon, the proven leader in rugged red-dot optics, for its ability to stand up to the power of the formidable 10mm round. The sight is crafted from 7075-T6 aluminum to mil-spec standards and has a patented shape that absorbs impacts and diverts stresses away from the lens, increasing durability.

“We’re very pleased to partner with Springfield Armory on the release of their TRP 10mm with Trijicon RMR. Consumers will be very pleased with this winning combination.” Shared Chuck Wahr, Trijicon Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

“A strong optic that mirrors the robust, yet finely-detailed qualities of the TRP line was crucial in determining what red-dot we decided to offer our consumers,” explains Springfield Armory CEO Dennis Reese.  “Easier targeting and sight acquisition makes a difference in the seconds when it matters most, and we are proud to offer the Trijicon RMR on our 10mm TRP.”

The 5” and 6” TRP 10mm RMRs feature forged National Match frames and slides, precision-fit to match-grade stainless steel fully supported barrels. Frames and slides are Black-T finished to withstand heavy use and harsh environments.

The front strap and mainspring housing are checkered in Posi-Lock for a firm yet comfortable hold. A TechWell Magwell/Grip System allows for rapid mag changes under stress without adding any more bulk to the contour of the gun. Once the ambidextrous safety lever is flipped, the Springfield Armory Gen 2 Speed Trigger, calibrated to a crisp 4.5- to 5-pound pull, provides an amazingly clean break. Recoil is managed through extra mass in the reciprocating assembly and frame, making the power of the 10mm round easy on the operator. Each TRP 10mm RMR is shipped with two 9-round magazines.

MSRP on the 5-inch Springfield TRP RMR is $2,507. The six-inch-barreled model, meanwhile, is priced at $2,558. Full specs are below, along with a video.

For more, visit Springfield-Armory.com.

Springfield TRP RMR 10mm – 5″

  • Caliber: 10mm
  • Recoil System: GI Style, 18.5 lb. Recoil Spring
  • Sights; Trijicon Red Dot, RMR Mount w/ Integrated Night Sights
  • Weight: 44 oz.
  • Height: 6.4″
  • Slide: Forged Steel, Black-T Finish, Rear Cocking Serrations & Ball Cut
  • Barrel: 5-inch Stainless Steel Match Grade, Fully Supported Ramp w/ Bushings, Nitride Finish
  • Length: 8.6″
  • Grip Type: Green & Black G10
  • Frame: Forged Steel, Black-T Finish, Posi-Lock Front Strap & Mainspring Housing, Heavy Frame & TechWell Magwell
  • Magazines: 2 – 9 Round, Stainless Steel w/ Slam Pad
  • MSRP: $2,507

Springfield TRP RMR 10mm – 6″

  • Caliber: 10mm
  • Recoil System: GI Style, 16 lb Recoil Spring
  • Sights; Trijicon Red Dot, RMR Mount w/ Integrated Night Sights
  • Weight: 50 oz.
  • Height: 6.4″
  • Slide: Forged Steel, Black-T Finish, Rear Cocking Serrations & Ball Cut
  • Barrel: 6-inch Stainless Steel Match Grade, Fully Supported Ramp, Bull, Nitride Finish
  • Length: 9.6″
  • Grip Type: Black G10
  • Frame: Forged Steel, Black-T OD-Green Finish, Posi-Lock Front Strap & Mainspring Housing, Heavy Frame & TechWell Magwell
  • Magazines: 2 – 9 Round, Stainless Steel w/ Slam Pad
  • MSRP: $2,558

The post NEW GUN: The Springfield TRP RMR 10mm 1911 Pistol appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.

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Glock 40 long slide moa that's my go to 10mm.but this is cool I don't know why they don't start double stacking these 1911s always...and of course trijicon is the only way to go if your already spending big bucks.

Edited by Ripcannon

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