Ed Brown Introduces Long Slide 10 mm 1911 Pistol

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posted on August 18, 2017
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Long desired by 1911 aficionados for long-range target shooting and handgun hunting, Ed Brown Products, Inc. has added a Long Slide 10 mm (LS10) to its Limited Series. 

A perfect companion to the 10 mm cartridge, the increased barrel and slide length of the pistol take advantage of the higher velocity of the 10 mm, while the longer sight radius allows for tack driving accuracy, all making this exquisite pistol a joy to shoot. 

As with all Ed Brown pistols, every component of the LS10 is fully machined from bar stock and held to rigorous standards. Available with a Trijicon RMR, or a more tradition adjustable sight, it includes a French border, flush barrel crown, and flattened and serrated top of slide.

For more information visit edbrown.com

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