Springfield Armory announce 2 new TRP 10mm RMR models (VIDEO)

With both 5 and 6-inch barrel options, Springfield’s new 10mm TRP 1911 line come standard with a Trijicon Ruggedized Miniature Reflex sight.

Announced this week, the newest additions to SA’s centimeter clubhouse are beefy guns that use forged steel National Match frames and slides coupled with fully-supported match-grade stainless steel barrels. On each, the slide has been milled to accept the factory standard Trijicon RMR which comes decked out with integrated night sights that co-witness through the optic. Each pistol ships with a pair of nine-round stainless single stack mags complete with a slam pad. Both use the company’s Gen 2 Speed Trigger, with a 4.5 to 5-pound pull and have G10 grip panels.

When you break out the rulers and scales, the 5-inch TRP goes 8.6-inches overall and tips the scales at a 44-ounces. Springfield notes the extra mass in the reciprocating assembly and frame help tame the recoil impulse of the 10mm round. MSRP according to SA is $2,507.

The 5-inch TRP 10mm 1911 features green G10 panels (Photos: SA)

In comparison, the bull barrel 6-inch gun goes 9.6-inches overall and weighs a respectable 50-ounces. The gun has an OD-green finish on the frame and the slide, just in case you didn’t notice right away, has a “Long Slide” rollmark. Retail is $2,558.

The 6-inch version comes complete with a “Long Slide” rollmark and green frame with black G10 panels.

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