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Old 07-14-2018, 2:40 AM
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Old 07-14-2018, 4:23 AM
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Not a trp
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Old 07-14-2018, 8:23 PM
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Ammo is more expensive than 9mm. If you can get a half rail TRP, purchase it.
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Old 07-15-2018, 6:38 AM
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When I go in to purchase ammo the 45 hurts the wallet a bit more so I can see some people going to 9mm only. With that said I love my TRP Operator full rail and it has never had a failure. This pistol I lusted over for years before I made the purchase and glad I did. It has the looks to back up it's performance and is a softer shooting 45 due to the weight. I picked it up when Springfield had their free mag promo so the extra 4 mags were icing on the cake. I would buy it again no doubt.
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Old 07-15-2018, 7:40 AM
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It’s a fine pistol. What makes it attractive is the amount of options included for the price. The value is good for what it is.

It looks good, and more importantly, it shoots great.

They are pretty much widely available now. Just like the professional line.

I saved my money and bought a professional because it was rare and a really good pistol. Took me a long time to save up for it.

As soon as bought one though, they became widely available. So I think I probably lost money in the long run by buying it. But that’s a discussion for a different thread. I still love the SA Professional. It is an amazing pistol.

RIP SGT Mark Allen RLTW! I love you brother. ‘Til Valhall’...
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Old 07-15-2018, 4:20 PM
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If you can get ahold of a TRP I would advice you to get it.When I had mine, I put it through two 1000 round days, no jams. Then I took it to a week long Gunsight course, fired around a 1000 rounds. I never cleaned my TRP that whole week, I did clean it on Friday after the class was completed, no jams. It felt good in the hand and it just kept shooting.

I gave my TRP to my son for his birthday. I don't regret giving it to him, but I sure miss that pistol. Now a days, I shoot my Bear Custom, Thunder Ranch, which is another great shooter. I have a Kobra Carry that I don't shoot very often plus my Colts and a PO P-13 45.
If I had I had it to do over again, I would offer him to pick one of my Colts, excluding the Gold Cup. lol My TRP (no rail) felt good, reliable and just plan fun to shoot. Get one, you'll be glad you did.
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