Browning Expands Black Label 1911-380 Pistol Line

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posted on April 20, 2017
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Since the 2015 introduction of its Black Label 1911-380 line of pistols, Browning has continued to grow the line, this year adding five new models.

 



The Black Label 1911-380 Medallion Pro will be available in Full Size and Compact versions, and ships with two magazines. These new pistols will feature an aluminum-reinforced composite frame and slide with a blackened stainless steel finish with silver brush polished flats. The grips will be checkered rosewood and feature the famous gold Buckmark logo. The Full Size model barrel length is 4 1/4" and the Compact barrel length is 3 5/8". Both the Full Size and Compact versions are available with steel 3-dot sights or steel night sights. MSRP is $799.99 for the 3-dot sight model; $879.99 for night sights model.

Browning is also adding three Compact models to the 1911-380 line.



The Black Label 1911-380 Compact has the same features as the Full Size model but with a shorter, 3 5/8” barrel. This model has composite black grips and includes fixed combat sights. MSRP: $669.99




Look for new Compact models in the Black Label Pro and the Black Label Pro with Rail, too. Both models have 3 5/8" barrels and are offered with either steel 3-dot sights or steel night sights. MSRP is $799.99 for the Black Label Pro Compact in the 3-dot model and $879.99 for the night sight model. MSRP is $829.99 for the Black Label Pro Compact with Rail with 3-dot sights; $909.99 for the railed night sight model.

For more information visit browning.com

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