EAA's Polymer Single-Stack 1911 by Tanfoglio

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posted on January 17, 2013
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SHOT Show is a time for new releases—sometimes so new that the product you're looking at isn't market ready yet. Such is the case with an upcoming European American Armory release (via Tanfoglio): the first ever polymer-framed single-stack 1911. And, before anyone overreacts, the image you're seeing is of a prototype—the final version will be all black (to start). The innovative new 1911 will feature a rail system—allowing you to install any lights or optics you've got in mind—and will be constructed of all the standard 1911 parts you're used to.

Want to see more of the first-ever single-stack polymer 1911? Check out this video:

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