Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec *CA Compliant 45 ACP 5″ 7+1 Black Parkerized Cocobolo Grip

$810.00

Type: Pistol
Action: Single
Caliber: 45 ACP
Barrel Length: 5″
Capacity: 7+1
Safety :
Grips: Cocobolo
Sight Configuration: 3-Dot Combat
Weight: 39 oz
Frame Finish: Black Parkerized
Frame Material: Carbon Steel
Barrel Type: Stainless Steel Match Grade
Slide Description: Black Parkerized
Case Type:
Sight Style: Contrast
Barrel Length Range: 5.00″ to 5.99″
Weight Range: 32.00 oz to 47.99 oz

 

Description

Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec *CA Compliant 45 ACP 5″ 7+1 Black Parkerized Cocobolo Grip 

PB9108LCA Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec Armory  *CA Compliant 45 ACP 5 “7+1 Parkerized Cocobolo Grip in Black – The Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec has a full-size frame and slide with a match-grade, forged stainless steel 5 round magazine “barrel. The back of the slide has slanted serrations. The mainspring housing is the traditional arched design seen on GI issue 1911-A1s, but it also houses the Springfield Armory I.L.S. Each Mil-Spec comes with a stunning pair of Cocobolo grips with cross-cannon engraving that are locked in place by slotted grip screws.

This Springfield 1911 Mil-Spec.45 ACP pistol has G.I.-proven construction and features, as well as California Department of Justice certification. The handgun comes with two 7-round blued steel magazines, a spurred hammer, short trigger, and arched mainspring housing, all of which are G.I. standard. The single-sided, standard-size thumb safety has stood the test of time, while the slim single-stack architecture and optimal grip-to-frame angle define the genre.

Springfield-1911 Mil-Spec Description

Action: Single Action
Barrel Length: 5″
Caliber Gauge: 45 ACP
Case: Plastic
Family: 1911 Style Pistol Series
Finish: Parkerized
Finish Type: Black
Frame: Steel Frame
Magazine: 2 7 rd.
Manufacturer Model No: PB9108LCA
Model: Mil-Spec Parkerized
Overall Length: 8.6″
Sights: Combat 3 Dot Sights
Stock Frame Grips: Steel Frame Cocobolo Wood Grips Steel Frame
Type: Semi-Auto Pistol
Weight 39 oz.

Type: Pistol
Action: Single
Caliber: 45 ACP
Barrel Length: 5″
Capacity: 7+1
Safety :
Grips: Cocobolo
Sight Configuration: 3-Dot Combat
Weight: 39 oz
Frame Finish: Black Parkerized
Frame Material: Carbon Steel
Barrel Type: Stainless Steel Match Grade
Slide Description: Black Parkerized
Case Type:
Sight Style: Contrast
Barrel Length Range: 5.00″ to 5.99″
Weight Range: 32.00 oz to 47.99 oz

FAQ About Springfield-1911 Mil-Spec

Is the Springfield 1911 9mm Mil-Spec?

The Springfield Armory® Mil-Spec is a modern twist on a true classic that has served members of the US military for more than a century. The Mil-Spec combines the best of the old and new, from its spur hammer to its arched mainspring housing to its three-dot sights and lowered/flared ejection port. Springfield armory 1911 Ronin

Is the Springfield armory 1911 Mil-Spec a good gun?

The original arched mainspring housing found on G.I.-issue 1911-A1s is retained, providing you a traditional aesthetic with modern enhancements for greater performance and durability. The Mil-Spec 1911 Springfield delivers outstanding value and an unmistakable pedigree for those who demand a superb, original 1911.

What is a mil-spec 1911?

The Mil-Spec encapsulates everything that 1911 purists love about the platform. The Springfield mil spec 1911 comes with a parkerized frame and slide, as well as a seven-round. 45 ACP magazine, which is the original 1911’s normal capacity.

Is Springfield AR mil-spec?

Straight out of the box, the rifle is ready to go to the range. It’s an optics-ready flat top AR-15 with a mil-spec A2 triangle front sight base and a Springfield Armory-marked flip-up sight placed on the back.

Who makes a Mil-Spec 1911?

Any veteran of WWII, Korea, or Vietnam will immediately recognize the Mil-Spec. Let’s take a closer look at the Springfield-1911 Mil-Spec, outlining what it is and how it operates as a. 45 ACP pistol.

What does Mil-Spec mean?

Military Standard

MIL-SPEC (defense specification). The term “milspec” is a colloquial term for something that complies with a Military Standard (MIL-STD) or Military Specification (MIL-SPEC).

Did Springfield Armory make 1911 for the military?

The M1911’s military life began quietly, as it has since become famous and omnipresent. The Army ordered 31,344 handguns from Colt on April 24, 1911, and by early 1917, more than 100,000 had been produced under a license deal between Colt and Springfield Armory.

Is Mil-Spec better than commercial?

Mil-spec tube threads made of 7075 T6 alloys are rolled into the metal, resulting in threads that are taller and stronger. Commercial tube threads, on the other hand, are made of 6061 T6 billet aluminum and are cut into the metal, resulting in threads that are slightly shorter and weaker but cost less.

What pistol is better than a 1911?

Reliability

The first reason a Sig P220 is superior to a 1911 is self-evident. Which would you select if you were in a position where you knew others would shoot back and you only had the choice of a Sig P220 or a 1911, both loaded with contemporary hollowpoint defense ammo?

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