Remington Announces 1911 R1 Enhanced Commander Pistol

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posted on April 2, 2016
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Remington has announced its latest addition to its 1911 lineup, the R1 Enhanced Commander, offered in either a black oxide or satin stainless finish. The .45-cal. pistol features a fiber optic front sight, adjustable rear sight, and match grade barrel. Other features are as follows: 

  • 4.25” match-grade barrel 
  • 7.5" overall length
  • 1.2" overall width
  • Oversized flared ejection port
  • Wide front and rear wide cocking serrations
  • Carbon-steel frame and slide
  • Red fiber-optic front sight with Novak-style adjustable rear sight
  • Extended beavertail grip safety
  • Adjustable skeletonized trigger
  • Black oxide or satin stainless finish
  • Dark laminate grips
  • Two 8-round magazines




For more, please visit Remington.com.

To read more about Remington's lineup of 1911 pistols, please enjoy the following American Rifleman articles:

Remington R1 Carry Commander 
Packing the Remington R1 Carry 1911 .45 Pistol 
Gun of the Week: Model 1911 R1 Enhanced
The Remington R1 M1911

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