ATI GSG M1911 .22LR 5" 10rd CA

Regular Price: $359.00
Our Price: $279.00
SKU: ATI-GSGM1911
UPC: 813393013959
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When John M. Browning invented his classic pistol in 1911, he could not have imagined that for over a century it would remain the standard of excellence in the industry and reproduced by almost every arms manufacturer in the world.

The .22LR version developed by GSG retains the 1911's classic uniqueness along with exciting new technology and features, including several safety functions to meet today's rigorous standards. From casual plinking to competitive shooting, the GSG 1911 belongs in the hands of everyone who wants an excellent pistol at a great price.

Specifications
Caliber .22LR HV
Barrel 5"
Height 5.5 Inches
Length 8.5 Inches
Weight 34.4 Ounces
Magazine Capacity 10RND
Frame Zinc Alloy, Black Anodized
Slide CNC Machined Aluminum, Black Anodized
Sights Low Profile Fixed Rear Sight
Grips Walnut, Double Diamond Pattern
Barrel Material Steel
Trigger Material: Aluminum, 3-hole Skeleton
California Compliant Yes

Important note about our photos
While we make every effort to ensure that our product photos are accurate, manufacturers occasionally change the design of components such as triggers, sights, or magazines without notice. Also, modifications to the firearm or component may be required in order to meet specific state compliance requirements. While we make every effort to accurately describe and illustrate the item you are going to receive, there may be visual differences on various components that do not affect functionality.

Restrictions
Federal law requires that you be 21 years of age or older to purchase a handgun, frame or receiver. To purchase a shotgun or rifle, you must be 18 years of age or older. 18 U.S.C. Section 922(b)(1).

As required by federal law, this item may only be shipped to a dealer with a valid Federal Firearms License. If you do not specify the name and shipping address of your dealer, your order will be delayed.
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California Residents
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

 


Customer Reviews

(5.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 9/17/2016, said:
5 stars out of 5
In KALIFORNISTAN this one is still rostered. I have a Chiappa and Chiappa/Citadel, they are both fine. I bought one of these used, only to find out previous owner though he was a gunsmith. He ruined it. Shop I worked in had the Sig Sauer version made by same manufacturer but it's not on roster. My local shop could not get this for me, so with his blessing I ordered this from Rifle Gear. When brand new a full mag didn't pick up second round, when loaded with 9 cycling was perfect. After a few hundred rounds magazines eased up and worked fine. It does have a magazine drop safety (no mag no pop), and another part in slide that is Kalifornia specific, so it cost more than the standard model. I didn't expect great things from this pistol, but it is really fun and I can hit a paper plate out to 25 yards just fine. I plan on starting grandkids out with this to get them acclimated. It didn't care for CCI (stovepipes) but Federal and Sorpion worked very well. If you have been looking for this model in the 'PEOPLES REPUBLIK of KALIFORNIA' this may be the only place to get the best deal. The Italian guns are ok, but this is far superior.
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