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Auto-Ordnance Model 1911A1 Handgun

Item # 733468
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Key Features

  • World War II Era Replica

  • Parkerized Finish

  • Checkered Synthetic Grip

  • Thumb, Grip, & Firing Ping Block Safeties

  • Adjustable Rear Sight

Our Price   $599.99

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autoordnance The Auto-Ordnance 1911A1 is a high-quality replica of the trusted Colt 1911's carried by US forces in World War II. The 1911 design is one of the most trusted and popular handgun designs of all-time and this 1911, produced by the original manufacturers of the famous Thompson Submachine Gun, is a well-built example at a competitive price. Features include: a parkerized finish, brown checkered plastic grips, a thumb safety, a grip safety, and a firing pin block safety. The pistol's rear sight is adjustable for windage. It comes with a 7-round magazine and a one year warranty.

Model 1911A1
Type Handgun
Action Semi-Auto
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .45 ACP
Barrel Length 5"
Weight 39 oz.
Sights Blade Front/Adjustable Rear
Finish Parkerized
Grips Synthetic
Capacity 7 + 1
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No Frills .45

By MG0331

from Dayton, OH

About Me Professional


  • Accurate
  • Easy Storage
  • Easy To Use
  • Safe


  • Grip Screws

Best Uses

    Bought this pistol new. Came with 1 magazine. Break in period is required, but not uncommon with the 1911. Many failure to feeds within the first 2-300 rounds. None in the second 200. Bought 2 SA mag's and they work well in my pistol. It is accurate, with a functional single action trigger pull; not match grade, but useable and safe. Only complaint is that I have to ensure the grip screws are tight before every range trip, as they tend to vibrate loose while firing.

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