Description

Caliber 45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Model FX45
Series 1911
Type Pistol
Frame Finish Blued
Action Single
Slide Description Blued
Capacity 7+1
Frame Material 4140 Steel
Grips Mahogany
Safety Manual/Grip
Sight Configuration Military Style
Sight Style Contrast
Weight 37 oz
Barrel Type 4140 Steel
Barrel Length 5"

sku: ATIGFX45MIL
mpn: ATIGFX45MIL
upc: 813393012761

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Comments (13)

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I've got one, no issues, cant complain, the retailer the product, the service, wish i got a matching pair, ill add another to my next order

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I think you would be better off going with a Metro Arms model for 80.00 to 100.00 bucks more. There was a nice commander model listed for 399 on this site not long ago.

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Couldn’t resist at this price, no shipping or tax either

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It's a good gun but I would go with the extended beaver tail model.

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Recently bought one of these as I’ve always wanted a 1911 and couldn’t resist the price. Very pleased; cycles 230 grain hardball without fail and is accurate and a pleasure to shoot. Gun snobs need not apply.

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Recently bought one of these as I’ve always wanted a 1911 and couldn’t resist the price. Very pleased; cycles 230 grain hardball without fail and is accurate and a pleasure to shoot. Gun snobs need not apply.

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Wow this is the cheapest I’ve ever seen for a 45acp 5inch 1911

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I own one, hasn’t given me any trouble. Shot about 1,500 rounds through it, no hiccups. Not pretty but meh, it work.

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Question if this handgun isn’t worth the money because of build issues how does it get a 5 star rating from 9 different people. Thanks.

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No don't buy it. I bought one as my first 1911 - really didn't like it. I have since learned that ANY brand's "GI or military version" of a 1911 is equally bad. They go beyond basic, they are primitive compared to whats being offered now. GI sights are almost worthless. Recently I picked up a Springfield Range Officer -10X the gun for 2X the price. My ATI will never see the light of day again- until it gets sold to someone that has no clue.

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It's all about what your looking for.

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I guess you don't like colt either bc these are basically colt series 70s like you said a very basic but dependable 1911 ATI/RIA are old colt factory with new name... It's a very good shooter and the quality of built is worth every penny, of course there are better/newer 1911 with way more feature but this is under $400

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I don't agree that there's no use for a "GI or military version" of a 1911. That's sort of like saying there's no use for a Springfield 1903 or Enfield 1917. Sure, there are far more advanced rifles available today, but unless I am faced with an 'either/or' choice, I'd like to have all of them in my collection. I can't vouch for the quality of this ATI pistol because I don't own one. I can say, however, that the basic, old-school GI-style pistols I do own suit me just fine.

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