Browning Expands Black Label 1911-22 Pistol Line

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posted on June 26, 2017
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Browning has added six new models to its Black Label 1911-22 line of pistols.





The new Black Label 1911-22 Medallion will come in both Full Size and Compact models. Features include a matte black finish slide with brush polished flats, aluminum alloy frame and intricately checkered rosewood grips with an inlaid gold Buckmark. The pistols have steel
three-dot sights and include one 10-round magazine. Barrel length on the Full Size is 4 1/4" and 3 5/8" for the Compact. MSRP: $669.99









The new Black Label 1911-22 Gray pistol is available in four versions: Full Size, Full Size with Rail, Compact, and Compact with Rail. The machined aluminum slide is finished in a handsome gray anodized finish. Barrel length for the Full Size is 4 1/4" and 3 5/8" for the Compact. The frame is composite with a machined 7075 aluminum subframe and slide rails. Fiber-optic sights are included. MSRP for the Black Label 1911-22 Gray pistol Full Size and Compact models is $699.99. The MSRP for models with the accessory rail is $719.99

For more information visit browning.com

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