New 1911s from Magnum Research

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Magnum Research has added a new 3-inch version to its 1911 line called the U model, which stands for Undercover. This new .45 ACP model has yet to hit stores. It features a bushing glass barrel and lightweight aluminum frame, weighing in at 25.8 ounces. The Undercover includes a windage and elevation adjustable rear sight, a pinned in front sight blade with horizontal serrations and will be shipped with two magazines. Another addition to the series is the Desert Eagle 1911 GR, which has a 5-inch barrel and weighs 36.2 ounces. For more information, visit MagnumResearch.com.

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