NEW! Browning 1911 .380 ACP

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posted on October 9, 2014
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Browning has announced a .380 ACP version of its 1911 semi-automatic pistol. The pistol, which is about 85 percent in size of a full-size 1911, follows the 1911 .22 version (with one major difference besides caliber) that has been wildly popular since its 2011 introduction.

Watch the video below as Senior Executive Editor Brian Sheetz—who was one of the first to test fire this pistol— walks through the features and specs of the pistol, and then tell us if you would consider this for your daily carry gun.

Manufacturer: Browning (browning.com
Action Type: recoil-operated center-fire semi-automatic pistol
Caliber: .380 ACP
Frame: aluminum-reinforced polymer
Overall Length: 7 ½” 
Barrel Length: 4 ¼”
Magazine capacity: seven rounds
Weight: 17.5 ozs.
MSRP: $670

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