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Springfield 1911 Loaded Handgun

Key Features

  • Fixed Combat 3-Dot Sights

  • Cocobolo Hardwood Grips

  • Lowered and Flared Ejection Port

Our Price   $849.99 - $949.99
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ItemModelCaliberBarrel LengthWeightSightsFinishGripsCapacityPriceQty
6940181911 Loaded.45 ACP5"40 ozFixedStainless SteelCocobolo Wood7 + 1 $949.99
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7853871911 Loaded.45 ACP5"41 ozFixedParkerizedCocobolo Wood7 + 1 $849.99
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Product Description
Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 was the standard-issue side arm for the United States armed forces from 1911 to 1985 and is still carried by some U.S. forces today. The Model 1911's longevity is due to Browning's often-imitated design, which incorporates the short recoil principle. The 1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, and recoil-operated handgun chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. During World War II, with Colt unable to keep up with the US military's high demand for the firearm, other manufacturers were commissioned to make the 1911 including the 1777-founded, government owned Springfield Arms company. The 1911A1 differs from the original version of the 1911 in that it has a shorter trigger, cutouts in the frame behind the trigger, an arched mainspring housing, a longer grip safety spur to prevent hammer bite, a wider front sight, a shorter spur on the hammer, and simplified grip checkering by eliminating the double diamond reliefs.