Nighthawk Custom Talon II .45ACP Black w/ Magwell

Price: $4,099.00
MPN: 9852
UPC: 806802759852
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The Talon II is the Commander size model of the Talon, features include a 4.25" Match-Grade barrel, tritium front and rear sights, serrations on the top and rear of the slide prevent glare and an included magwell aides in quick magazine reloads.

Finish: black nitride
Forged commander size frame and 4.25" barrel
Match grade .45 ACP barrel
Nighthawk Custom two-piece magwell
Heinie Slant Pro Straight Eight Tritium night sights
Cocobolo double diamond grips
Serrated top of slide
25 lines per inch checkered front strap and mainspring housing
40 lines per inch serrated rear of slide to match rear sight
Lightweight aluminum Nighthawk Custom tri-cavity trigger
Checkered recoil spring plug
Completely dehorned for comfortable carry
Ultra hi-cut front strap

Caliber 45ACP
Capacity 7 Rounds
Barrel Length 4.25"
Height 5.4"
Width 1.40"
Overall Length 7.85"
Weight 34 oz
Trigger Skeletonized
Grips Cocobolo Wood
Finish Black Nitride
Sights Tritium Heinie Slant Pro Straight Eight
California Compliant Yes

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Customer Reviews

(1.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 11/2/2020, said:
1 stars out of 5
Purchased this Talon 2 on May 2020. First test fired was 5 weeks ago, due to COVID 19 in California. Experienced failure-to-feed 7 times out of 70 rounds of factory CCI FMJ 230gr. Used supplied NHC magazines, 47D Wilson Combat, and Tripp Research Cobra mags. Other shooters gave me different bullets because their thoughts was "It is $4,000 pistol, it CANNOT be jamming!" My pistol continued to jam. Call Bob Reeves. Bob thought it was my fault for not lubricating correctly. He told me to keep the NHC magazines loaded overnight and then re-test fire my pistol. I disagreed with Bob because I checked the tension of the pistol's extractor. My pistol's extractor was tighter than my 80 Colt Combat Commander and Dan Wesson Specialist. Bob told me to send in my pistol for repair. A week later, I emailed Bob to ask for the status of the repair. Bob told me that my pistol was being re-finished by an outside vendor... It has been 3 weeks since and I heard nothing from Bob. Yesterday, 1 Nov 2020, I emailed Mark Stone ( I believe he is the owner of NHC) to ask for the status of my pistol. I do not recommend to purchase this pistol or any Nighthawk Custom 1911, due to my current experience. My point is "How can a $4,000 pistol left the factory like that?"
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