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Last Of The Breed: Marine Corps M45A1

The final example of U.S. military M1911s, the Marine Corps M45A1 was carried on special operations missions around the world.

Keefe Report: Colt Comes Out Fighting From Chapter 11

Colt has emerged from Chapter 11 restructuring and, together with good management and new products, looks to be in a great position for 2016.

Video: Colt Marine Pistol Review

Watch this "Rifleman Review" segment on the Colt Marine Pistol from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

The Colt Marine Pistol

Although the M1911A1 in .45 ACP was superseded in 1985 by the M9 as the official sidearm of the U.S. military, the U.S. Marine Corps has adopted an updated version of the gun-the M45 CQB, or, in its civilian version, the Marine-for some special operations troops.

Colt Marine Pistol

Colt has once again placed one of its 1911s at the side of America's armed forces, this time with the Colt Marine Pistol. The Colt Rail Gun was selected to be the latest sidearm of the United States Marine Corps—marking the first time a Colt 1911 has been shipped to the United States Government since the end of World War II.

Gun of the Week: Colt Marine Pistol

Gun of the Week: Colt Marine Pistol

Colt Marine Pistol

Colt has once again placed one of its 1911s at the side of America's armed forces, this time with the Colt Marine Pistol. After a rigorous selection process, the Colt Rail Gun was selected to be the latest sidearm of the United States Marine Corps—marking the first time a Colt 1911 has been shipped to the United States Government since the end of World War II.

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