COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY
COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY
COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY
COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY
COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY

COLT 1911 100TH ANNIVERSARY

SKU GDC0000000301

used excellent

Used Price

$1,804.98 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Colt 1911 100th Anniversary was a limited production run marking a century of excellence in the 1911. Chambered in 45 ACP this pistol has a 5 barrel adorned with GI sights. Checkered double-diamond wood grips allow users a firm grasp on this collectible handgun. This 1911 100th Anniversary remains in its original centenary box and comes with two seven round-magazines.



-Double-diamond checkered wood grips

-GI Sights

-Original centenary box

-Two seven-round magazines

Seller Description

The Colt 1911 100th Anniversary was a limited production run marking a century of excellence in the 1911. Chambered in 45 ACP, this pistol has a 5" barrel adorned with GI sights. Checkered double-diamond wood grips allow users a firm grasp on this collectible handgun. This 1911 100th Anniversary remains in its original centenary box, and comes with two seven round-magazines. -Double-diamond checkered wood grips -GI Sights -Original centenary box -Two seven-round magazines

Modifications

2-7 Rd Mags, Original Box, Paperwork

UPC 098289042279
Caliber 45 ACP
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 7 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 5 BARREL
Weight 2.4













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