Tag Archive: Colt

Dec 09

Colt 1911 M45A1 Marine Pistol

From the Charlie Dark Knight channel, an unboxing of the Colt 1911 M45A1 Marine pistol. This pistol features Decobond Brown Coating, M1913 Spec Picatinny Rail for mounting lights, lasers, and other accessories. Dual Recoil spring system reduces felt recoil while extending recoil spring life. Genuine Novak Tritium Front and Rear 3 Dot Night Sights.

Oct 18

Apex Announces Precision Made Performance Hammers for the 1911

Apex Announces Precision Made Performance Hammers for the 1911 PEORIA, Ariz. – (1911Vault.com) – Apex Tactical Specialties is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of its precision made performance hammers for the 1911. Designed by Apex Founder and Master Gunsmith Randy Lee, the new 1911 hammers are based on the key hook geometry …

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Jun 07

American Elk Grips for Colt 1911 Series 80

From the hickok45andson channel, John gives us a look at a set of American Elk Grips for his Colt 1911 Series 80. The grips, from Eagle Grips, are made to original 1911 military specs and fit most popular 1911 full size models such as Colt, Kimber, Remington, Rock Island, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson and …

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Sep 01

Colt 1911 Government Model XSE with Cerakote

Some great Cerakote work from Iron Knight’s! This Colt 1911 Government Model XSE features a 3 color camo pattern using; (H-171Q) NRA Blue, (H-242Q) Hidden White and (H-146Q) Graphite Black. Iron Knight’s offers a wide range of Cerakote applications for guns and other products. This can be custom designed or just one color.  

Jan 05

Colt Double Eagle Double Action 1911 Handgun

The Military Arms Channel gives us a look at the Colt Double Eagle. The Double Eagle is a double-action / single action, semi-automatic pistol manufactured between 1989 and 1997. Colt Double Eagle: Cartridge: .45 acp Caliber: .45 ACP, 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, 9mm, .38 Super Action: Double-action/Single-action Rate of fire: 650 m/s Effective firing range: 50 …

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