Inland debuts Army unit-marked commemorative 1911A1 pistols

One of three unit variants available, the 29th Infantry Division 100 year anniversary model features the unit's yin-yang design insignia and motto: "Twenty-nine, let's go" along the slide. (Photo: Inland)

One of three unit variants available, the 29th Infantry Division 100 year anniversary model features the unit’s distinctive yin-yang insignia and motto: “Twenty-nine, let’s go” along the slide. (Photo: Inland)

Ohio-based Inland Manufacturing has announced a series of GI model commemorative pistols that pay tribute to historic Army units.

All guns in the series share the company’s standard 1911A1 Government model as a base complete with combat sights, GI-style grip panels, a parkerized finish, and vertical grip serrations. The first three variants in the line carry the heraldry of the famous “Big Red One” of the 1st Infantry Division, the “Blue and Gray” of the 29th Infantry Division, and the “Rakkasans”  of the 187th Infantry Regiment.

No word from Inland on which iconic units, if any, are to be featured in the next batch of pistols. The MSRP on the commemoratives is set at $829, which is about $50 more than Inland’s bare bones GI.

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