Colt Defender Series 90 Lightweight Handgun

Item # UF102287470

Key Features

  • Action - Semi-Auto

  • Action Type - Single Action

  • Caliber - .45 ACP

  • Barrel Length - 3"

  • Weight - 1.6 Lbs.

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Product Description
The Colt Defender Series offers the power and performance of a full-sized pistol in a compact, lightweight carry model. Small, lightweight, accurate, and reliable, it is able to withstand everyday wear and frequent practice sessions. The Series 80 firing system and beveled magazine well are two of the important aspects of Colt semi-autos that make them among the world's most trusted. The Defender's black aluminum skelentonized trigger and serrated skeletonized hammer operate with speed and precision. The beavertail grip and grip safety help prevent misfires and hammer bite and the wrap-round rubber grip is ergonomically designed and has finger groves for optimal shooting comfort. This single-action pistol features a grey anodized frame, fixed 3-dot sights, and 2-position and grip safeties and includes a pair of Hogue rubber grips, two 6-round magazines and the original factory hard case. Its grips and bore are in very good condition and its metal is in good condition.

Model Defender Series 90 Lightweight
Type Handgun
Action Semi-Auto
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .45 ACP
Barrel Length 3"
Weight 1.6 Lbs.
Sights 3-Dot
Finish Stainless Steel/Grey Anodized
Grips Synthetic
Safety 2-Position/Grip
Capacity 2 x 6-Round Magazines
Grip Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Very Good
Date of Manf. 1990-1999

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