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Springfield Ronin Operator 4.25 9mm Review

Springfield Ronin Operator 4.25 9mm Review

The two-tone 9mm Ronin Operator 4.25 looks good and shoots great. Overall average accuracy at 25 yards with five factory loads was 2.38 inches for five, five-shot groups with each load. (Shooting Times photo)

With an MSRP of $849, the Ronin Operator 4.25 from Springfield Armory is a very good buy. It’s accurate, comfortable to shoot, and pretty darn good-looking.

Unlike other Operator 1911s in Springfield’s lineup, the Ronin Operator does not have an accessory rail on the frame. What it does have is a whole bunch of other top-drawer features. Let’s get into the details.

The version I used for this report is the Ronin Operator 4.25 chambered for 9mm Luger. Springfield also offers full-size Ronin Operators, and all versions are available in either 9mm or .45 ACP. The key features of the Commander-size Ronin Operator 4.25 are the 4.25-inch barrel...

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