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45 Gov't M1911 Automatic Military Pistol Standard Grips

Collector's Armoury, Ltd

MSRP: $160.00
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Non-Firing Replica
Cannot Ship To:
CT, IL (Chicago, Aurora), KS (Topeka), MN, NJ, NY, PA, PR, RI, WI
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The M1911 .45 caliber pistol has a rich history and tradition from the border campaigns against Pancho Villa through WWl, WWll, Korea and Vietnam. Our non-firing model is a highly detailed replica of the standard government issue sidearm of the U.S. soldier and in our opinion, is one of the best replicas available in the world today. This classic reproduction has over 30 metal and wood parts. The piece replicates the original M1911 in size, weight and appearance, and the parts function much like the original, even including an operating cartridge clip. However, parts cannot be interchanged or the replica made to fire ammunition.

  • One of the most important firearms in US history
  • Highly detailed replica
  • Has over 30 metal and wood parts.
  • Includes an operating cartridge clip
  • Cannot be made to fire ammunition.

  • Measurements
  • Length: 8.5 inches
  • Weight: 2.5lbs

  • Note: All post 1898 replicas have an orange plug at the end of the barrel as required by law

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    • 3

      Posted by Ryan on Dec 11th 2023

      I got this specific model because I wanted the best 1911 replica I could get on this site which I figured would be the pricier one but I have a few complaints. cons: -it says 1911 on site but its labeled as 1911a1 on the slide -no grip safety -safety switch doesn't prevent the trigger from being pulled -cannot be field stripped fully, only the recoil spring can be removed and mag -the mag is said to be an "operating cartridge clip" which to me seems like it means that dummy rounds could be loaded but that is not really true (this could also be me misunderstanding what they mean) -it has a weird extractor on the right side of the slide which to my knowledge isn't present on a real 1911a1 and is left over from when it was a blank gun -2-3 weeks of regular use of the hammer (ie. dry firing, cocking, and un-cocking) the hammer spur snapped off making it really difficult to cock and un-cock pros -the metal feels really nice especially when racking the slide and hitting the slide release -it sounds very nice from the action, slide, and down to the safety switch -other than the hammer spur snapping on mine it feels well built -the wood grip has nice detail in it and is a nice feel I hope this review helps out anyone thinking about buying this replica in specific.

    • 5
      45 government 1911

      Posted by Ronald on Apr 19th 2022

      Very happy with this item. Use it with WW2 impression non firing interpretations. Since it is not a real fire arm I can allow visitors to hold and handle item. Great teaching tool.

    • 5
      45 gov't M1911

      Posted by Richard Hottob on Dec 6th 2019

      Just what I ordered!!!!!