In 1911, John Moses Browning invented the 1911 pistol, where it was adopted by the United States Army as its primary sidearm.
Two years later in 1913, the US Marines and the US Navy liked it so much they followed suit and did the same. From then until 1986 when the 1911 was replaced by the Beretta M9.
This workhorse has served the US Military in more wars and conflicts than any other firearm, which makes it an extremely solid piece of the history of the United States.
To get this piece of history, you can head to your local gun shop and buy one, sure. Or you could get one of our kits and build your own 1911 of the same quality for less money. This build kit will get you a completed 1911 government-sized pistol minus mags. The frame is made of 7075 heat-treated aluminum, which means it's 60% lighter than the standard steel 1911 frame.
The slide and parts kit is quality made and comes with all the pieces needed to finish your build including a 5" barrel.
All you need to do is finish the cutting of the 80% frame and put it all together.
80% 1911 Frame Specs:
- Material: 7075 heat-treated aluminum
- Size: Government (made to be used with 5" slide kits)
- Finish: Anodized
- Attachment point: None
Benefits Of This Frame:
- 60% lighter than steel 1911 frames
- No FFL Required for purchase
- Made in the USA!
Slide and Parts Kit Features:
- GI slide serrations
- Completely machined
- Snag-free Novak-style rear sight
- Sights pre-installed
- Parkerized finish
- Fits .45acp-chambered non-ramped standard barrel
- Complete set of 1911 .45acp small parts included
Gun Case Features:
- Set your own combination
- Small enough to be concealed at home or in your car
- Durable steel construction and scratch resistant
- Includes a coated steel anchor cable to attach to immovable objects
- Foam interior protects your pistol
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