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SIG Sauer Introduces 1911 TACPAC, 1911-22

New 1911 options from SIG Sauer are focused on affordability and ease of shooting.

5/17/2011

Hot on the heels of showcasing its new finish options during the 2011 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, SIG Sauer has announced two new 1911 options in time for the centennial of Browning's famous pistol: the SIG 1911 TACPAC and the SIG 1911-22.

The SIG 1911 TACPAC is an all-in-one handgun kit that contains everything a beginning shooter would need for a day at the range, including a full-size SIG Sauer 1911 pistol with a match-grade barrel, hammer and sear, Ergo XT polymer grips and optional accessory rail. For accessories, TACPAC kit includes a SIG Sauer roto-paddle holster, allen wrench, speed loader, a hard-sided carrying case, and either two or three magazines. Full specifications are listed below.

The SIG Sauer 1911-22 is a .22-caliber rimfire pistol much in the same vein as the Browning 1911-22 or the Umarex Colt .22-caliber 1911, designed to offer realistic practice and plinking with more economical .22 LR ammunition. the SIG Sauer 1911-22 is available in Flat Dark Earth or Olive Drab finishes and includes a "U.S." engraving on the checkered walnut grips.

For additional information on either the SIG 1911 TACPAC or the 1911-22, please visit the SIG Sauer website.

1911 TACPAC Specifications
Caliber: .45ACP
Magazine: Capacity 8
Trigger Pull SAO: 5.0 lb Average
Overall Length: 8.7"
Overall Height: 5.5"
Overall Width: 1.4"
Barrel Length: 5.0"
Sight Radius: 6.5"
Sights: Low-Profile Sights
Weight w/ Magazine: 41.6 ozs.
Frame Material: Stainless
Frame Finish: Nitron
Slide Material: Stainless
Slide Finish: Nitron
Grips: Hogue Ergo XT Polymer
MSRP: $998

1911-22 Specifications
Caliber: .22LR
Magazine Capacity: 10
Trigger Pull SAO: 5.0 lb Average
Overall Length: 8.6"
Overall Height: 5.5"
Overall Width: 1.4"
Barrel Length: 5.1"
Sight Radius: 5.4"
Sights: Low-Profile Three Dot Contrast
Weight w/ Magazine: 34.4 oz
Frame Material: Diecast
Frame Finish: Olive Drab or Flat Dark Earth
Slide Material: Aluminum
Slide Finish: Olive Drab or Flat Dark Earth
Grips: "US" marked Natural Walnut
MSRP: $420

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7 Responses to SIG Sauer Introduces 1911 TACPAC, 1911-22

Ron adlesic wrote:
March 30, 2013

My neighbor just got the 1911-22 mil spec. What a nice firearm. He told me to take it home and check it out. Went to my shop garage and let it rip, functioned perfect on Federal ammo. Shot a real nice group, great triger and felt great. Returned the gun and I'm sold, this will be the next in my collection. ( This addition isn't my first Sig. )

TP wrote:
May 24, 2012

High-viz front sight really improved shot group.

Dead eye wrote:
May 12, 2012

My second gun was the 1911 sig 22 I can shoot a box 555federal every time I go to the range unreliable with bulk Remington ammo good thing my range doesn't charge by the hour if so I wouldn't be able to go 3 times a week.

T. Mike Potter wrote:
March 18, 2012

I am really impressed with the quality and detailof this 1911 .22. Every detail is impressive, including the magazines that which are the best and heftious .22 pistol mags I've ever seen! It shot flawlessly with winchester ammo and was very accurate.

clyde kellogg wrote:
December 12, 2011

My 1911-22 shoots extremely well with the remington subsonic and the cci blazer ammo. will not feed anything with a flat tip. Extremely accurate, well pleased with the pistol.

Oak wrote:
May 27, 2011

I purchased the 1911-22 and it feels very nice in the hands. However, my copy has been quite unreliable with ammo. So far, it seems to do well with the Aguila Sub 22LR.

ntrudr_800 wrote:
May 19, 2011

WOW I jut noticed the Sig 1911-22. Very nice, especially for the price!!! I will be checking out reliability vids for it. I know that .22lr is not the most reliable in autoloaders. Especially the cheap bulk ammo. But it should work well with occasional stoppages, and hopefully much better with .22 ammo such as the CCI Mini Mags