New For 2022: Tisas 1911 D10

posted on July 2, 2022
Tisas 1911 D10 10Mm F

Known initially for its authentic reproduction of the U.S. Army's M1911A1 handgun, as well as its reproduction High Power, Tisas USA moved into the magnum handgun realm in 2022 with the launch of its D10 pistol chambered for the 10 mm Auto. In addition to the chambering, the gun also features a host of upgrades, and the entire package is built on a forged frame and slide with a hammer-forged barrel.

On the frame of the Tisas 1911 D10, there's an undercut trigger guard, as well as 25 LPI checkering on the frontstrap and mainspring housing to aid in grip when dealing with the extra power of the gun's 10 mm Auto chambering. The gun also includes a set of textured G10 grips, as well as a bilateral thumb safety.

At the top end of the D10, there's a black-finished slide that contrasts with the stainless-steel frame, and the slide features front and rear cocking serrations, as well as an LPA Bomar adjustable rear sight paired with a serrated black front sight. The gun also includes a flared and lowered ejection port, skeletonized hammer and a three-hole trigger. The pistol is built on the Series 70 operating system for an improved trigger pull, and the gun ships with two eight-round magazines.

Each Tisas 1911 D10 ships in a lockable, waterproof hard case. The suggested retail price on the gun is $799.95. For more information, visit


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