Gunblastdotcom: Look for a full review on the new Remington R51 later, after I can get one
in here to Gunblast.com World Headquarters for a few days. Shooting several
of these at Gunsite was a lot of fun, but there was no means to do any
meaningful accuracy testing while i was there.
rcbif101: Does the slide ride on aluminum or steel rails?
NewJerseyMilitia: Is it accurate and up to what distance?
Trigger Happy Guns: Here's hoping Remington is nothing like Ruger in the roll out of their new
pistols. If Ruger says mid-February, they mean for only <1% of their
dealers and the rest get them in 9-18 months.
oneeyedpatriot: That is a fine looking gun! Thanks for yet another fine review!
E.W.E. Hughes Jr: I like it. Remington seems to be differentiating themselves from some of
the other firearms manufacturers with this pistol. I like the full-length
grip and the size. We have plenty of micro-9mm pistols on the market; it's
nice that single-stack 9mm for those that may want to take a path less
Ken Rhodes: Where is it made?
0311DevDog: I wanted the Glock 42, but the R51 looks to be amazing. Hopefully it
proves to be a reliable pistol!
Thanks for the video!
Ryan Peck: No price set yet?
pete5668: I know it has a grip safety, but does it have a thumb safety too? I didn't
see the left side of the gun at all in the vid.
SGT SAM: Way cool gun. Great look!
Jay Jack: Oh that thing looks so sexy!
Dave Marotto: It's just my opinion. Calm down.
jlen82: Jeff size wise is this Similar to an LC9?
WaltD1911: Looks like a cool gun Jeff and I'll wait for your review. Great channel and
enjoy your vids! Happy New Year to all!
paininthe10: Who does your music? You have the best intro and end of video music of all
the channels I sub too. Love the music and the videos, keep up the great
shadowalker1776: Looking forward to picking one of these up for myself.
loytaylor75: i just watched a 3min 50sec add for remington!
Kevin Springer: Ugly
TrinityGadgetry: I didn't see an R51 being shot.
And why is Gunsites' trademark a Reichsadler?
Fireguzzi Forge: Cant wait for the full review. I am really interested in this gun.
Dee Piper: I like it!
Towald Graves: Nice.....
higuything21: Johny Knoxville?
Lawson11b: Is it just me or is that the ugliest 9mm in a while?
David G: Thanks for the first look! I always enjoy your videos so keep 'em coming.
jhippl: looks like it has the recoil of 32 acp, time to start saving
SuperSneakySteve: I'll be looking forward to the full review. Thanks Jeff!
surf@work: you weren't bullcrapting, that muzzle flip looks nice..
BulletArc47: Do want!
Charles Messer: I like it, I would love it without the grip safety
Aglassdarkly116: I've been noticing the screws on the grip, been wondering if the grips are
able to be swapped out with some g10 or hogues to personalize it. Haven't
seen anything else on that. Seems crimson trace is doing a laser guard for
it rather than grips, but I prefer that system on a small carry gun anyway.
Excellent accompaniment on the video. Can't help but think of "little
mountain church house."
ShootnTexasStyle: never been one of those to like the old style but im liking this one.
73Corbin: looks a little big for a 7+1 9mm.. if i am going to carry something that
large it will be a glock 19/23
Je P: did you notice in a difference in recoil from the +p?
Matt Kenney: Trigger Looks Like Steyr...Interested To See Reviews.
travis bickle: I like the concept , but I really wish it were DA/SA with an exposed
hammer- for the price they are going for now (far north of the 389$ retail)
I can't justify not buying a glock or beretta or? instead of this- I've
heard from a few reviewers that I trust that the grip safety is pretty
stiff too- kinda a disappointment
slopothacrop: looks like a HK VP 70, cant wait to find out the retail $$
Larry Ransom: Who is performing the background music (Battle Cry of Freedom). I sure
hopes it's the Southern Version of that song!
MicoDiSanza: Thanks for the R51 overview. One day I will make it to Gunsite.
Buzz4Killington: The grip safety sounds tactile, but it looks as if he has to concentrate on
gripping it to disengage. Unlike a 1911 or even XD where it's easily
contacted and depressed with little effort, this looks like conscious
effort needs to be made and could get a bit annoying.
Armando Blanco: Nice!!!
CC D: Is the r51 a single action with only a grip safety? If it's reliable, I
want one. Please let us know about the safety features. I'm a little
concerned about a roostered single action pistol in a soft sided IWB holster.
Michael Smith: Looks like a good little piece,too bad it can't be had in .40 S&W
NineteenEleven Den: Jeff, once again GREAT WORK on getting out this info so early on upcoming
models. Literally you have provided more breaking news in the firearms
realm than any other source I can reference and is a key reason why I am
devoted subscriber to your channel. As I mentioned earlier in another
reply, I own several C&R Remington firearms and this throwback design I
suppose is targeted at folks like me and others here into nostalgia and
can't pass up something like this in a more useful caliber such as the
noted 9mm. Put me down for one, maybe two! ;-)
preelenede: Looks like a dream to shoot!
xxa1fr3dxx: Ugh. Why sacrifice the sight radius!! Damn you Remington.
Alan Taylor: I appreciate all the close-ups at the end. Going to take a look at this.
J Scott: I am quite sure if it feels as good as it looks and lives up the hype on
its perceived dependability, I will be buying one also. Thank you for the
video, it was easy on the eyes (even with you in it) and ears.
Christopher Meyerhofer: You said to go to www.crimsontrace.com to find the laser grips. I couldn't
find it. They don't have it under their "New to 2014" section.
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