SHOT Show 2020: Armscor XT 22 Magnum Pro

Armscor rolled out its XT 22 Magnum Pro 1911 in 2020, a target-style handgun that packs a punch, thanks to the .22 WMR cartridge and the 14-round capacity.

The pistol is equipped with a pinned, 5" fixed bull barrel with a tactical rail mounted on top, as well as a delayed blowback slide, factory 4 to 6-pound trigger to offer match-level accuracy and power. The gun includes a skeletonized hammer and trigger with an adjustable over travel stop.

For more details on the Armscor XT 22 Magnum Pro, check out our American Rifleman First Look video above.

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