Tennessee-based Tisas USA is paddling out into the more upscale 1911 market with the introduction of its new 1911 Match pistol.

Feature-rich when compared to a basic Government Issue .45, the Tisas 1911 Match starts with a forged stainless-steel slide and frame, adds a 416R hammer-forged barrel with an 11-degree crown, and finishes off the whole affair with a ton of enhanced ergonomics. Under the hood are tuned Series 70 internals and an overtravel-adjustable match trigger. 

The Tisas 1911 Match
The Tisas 1911 Match is a more polished offering from the maker which has been known for affordable good-quality 1911s. (Photos: Tisas) ​​​​​​
The Tisas 1911 Match
The new Tisas 1911 Match has a competition magwell, an 25 LPI checkered front strap and mainspring housing on the frame, as well as 20 LPE front and rear cocking serrations on the slide. (Photos: Tisas)
The Tisas 1911 Match
It comes standard with an LPA adjustable rear sight and a serrated front sight. Note the extended ambi thumb safety, high beavertail grip, and G10 target grips. (Photos: Tisas)

"Tisas’ line of 1911s, are already known for out-of-the-box accuracy, but some customers were asking for a model better suited to competition," said the company in a statement on the new pistol.

The Tisas 1911 Match ships with a pair of 8-round stainless steel magazines, a locking hard case, and is covered by a lifetime service plan. The MSRP is $1199.95, a figure that will likely be closer to the $1K mark at the point of sale.