Inland Manufacturing Introduces 1st Infantry Commemorative Guns

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posted on June 12, 2017
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Inland Manufacturing has introduced the U.S. Army 1st Infantry Division 100th Anniversary Commemorative models of two iconic firearms, the Inland M1 Carbine and the 1911A1 pistol.


                                          

The M1 Carbine replicates the 1944 model, featuring many of the same characteristics of the originals, including a type 2 barrel band, adjustable rear sights, push-button safety, round bolt, and "low wood" walnut stock. The stock is hand rubbed with oil, and is embellished with engraving of the 1st Infantry Division's shoulder patch, accomplishments, and recognition of the 100th-year anniversary. This 100th anniversary model carbine retails for $1,179 and is shipped with a 10-round magazine.

                                           

The Inland 1911A1 Government Model pistol chambered in .45 ACP is patterned after the original 1911 that was designed over 100 years ago, modified in 1924 and then designated the Model 1911A1. The 1911A1 found service with members of the 1st Infantry Division longer than any other firearm in the division's history.

The Inland 1911A1 Government Model maintains historic military style with added modern safety features. The original "G.I." configuration includes vertical slide serrations, fixed combat sights, GI-style grip panels and a lanyard loop.

The 1st Division Infantry Anniversary model features engraving on the slide (right side) of the 1st Infantry Division's shoulder patch, accomplishments, and recognition of the 1917-2017 100th year anniversary. The 1st Division Infantry Anniversary Model 1911A1 retails for $829.

For more information visit inland-mfg.com

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