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The Black Label Pro1911-380 is a single-action design with a locking, tilting barrel like the original. The 8-round magazine is made from heat-treated steel for long service life. Beginners and experts alike enjoy shooting the 1911-380. The light, single-action trigger is confidence inspiring, easier to use and more accurate for new shooters than a longer double-action trigger. Shooting the 1911-380 reveals a remarkably controlled handgun. Recoil is light and easy to control with the normally snappy 380 ACP cartridge. Black Label models include a host of features that enhance shootability. The flat mainspring housing make the grip more comfortable for a broader range of shooters. A beavertail grip safety prevents hammer bite and the bump ensures positive engagement. The skeletonized hammer and trigger offer a positive feel. An ambidextrous, extended safety is easy to reach and operate.
- Tiling barrel, locked-breech action; Single action trigger
- Black composite grips
- Extended ambidextrous manual thumb safety
- Extended slide release
- Beavertail grip safety
- Commander-style hammer
- Metal three-dot combat sights
- Includes two magazines
- Magazine Capacity 8rd
- ABS carry case included
|Barrel Length||4.25 BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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