SKU 51655160811
Brand Palmetto State Armory
Model Number 57008
UPC 4806015570080

Make: Palmetto State Armory
Model: "Admiral" M1911 A1 Tactical FS
Caliber: .45 ACP
Action: Semi-Auto, Recoil Operated
Capacity: 8 rounds
Barrel Length: 5"
Overall Length: 8.74"
Sights: Front Fixed | Rear Sight Adjustable
Trigger Pull: 4-6 lbs
Finish: Parkerized
Grip: Wood, Double Diamond Checkering

Explore the PSA Admiral M1911 A1 .45 ACP Tactical FS Pistol at Palmetto State Armory! Our premium selection of firearms offers the perfect blend of classic design and modern functionality. The PSA Admiral M1911 A1 is a true standout, chambered in .45 ACP and equipped with a tactical FS frame. Whether you're a collector or a shooting enthusiast, this iconic pistol delivers accuracy and power in every shot. Discover unparalleled craftsmanship combined with cutting-edge features, all available at Palmetto State Armory. Purchase your PSA Admiral M1911 A1 .45 ACP Tactical FS Pistol today to own a piece of firearms history. Don't miss out on this exceptional firearm that embodies both heritage and innovation in one remarkable package.
- 10 slots x 1/16" thick inclined front and rear serration on the slide, no roll
- Overcut on the ejection port, with scallop cut on the ejection port
- Unramped bushing type barrel
- Standard frame with tactical rail and front strap serration
- 3xp firing pin spring
- Full-length guide rod
- Combat hammer
- Hi-sweep beavertail grip safety
- Ambidextrous safety lock
- Checkered slide stop
- Checkered magazine release
- Checkered main spring housing
- MR2 trigger assembly with over travel screw
- Socket head grip screw

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When did these get released?

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Only a few days old. I personally like this Rock Ultra better, with G10, mag well, full cover, etc for $50 more...

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Never had one issue with my RIA 1911.I've had it about 6 years now.

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Does anyone know who is making these for PSA?

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