|Originally Posted By Houdini1911:
Originally Posted By RLR350:
I'm an RRA fan, but not for any particular reason other than that is what I have. I agree with the above post, don't choose based on resale value. Too many unknown factors.
Did you check the barrel specs? If the RRA is standard, it's probably not chrome lined which may be the reason the S&W is slightly higher.
Thanks for the responces guys. The Barrel on the RRA is Chrome Moly
. The S&W is more because it already has the Troy Handguards already installed. Which is not an issue because I want the DD Omega rails anyways.
The other thing I like that is making me lean towards the RRA is the 2 stage trigger it has. Another thing I like is that I would assume that RRA is going to be allot easier to deal with and contact for parts & upgrades & any mechanical issues. Sounds like I cant loose with either gun, wish I could afford both!
Both are good guns but if the RRA has a chrome moly barrel then I would go with the Smith for sure. It also seems like you're talking about the S&W tactical model since you mentioned Troy rails
which makes the S&W an even better choice.