AUTOMATIC PISTOL .45 M1911A1, USA 1911 Black
Tijdperk:Period: World Wars 1914-1945
THE GUN DOES NOT FIRE
Reproduction of pistol, in metal and plastic sleeves, with simulated charge and firing mechanism, movable insurances, detachable barrel and removable magazine.
The M1911 is a rugged, reliable, single-action, direct-recoil semi-automatic pistol powered by a .45 caliber cartridge stacker. It was designed for military use by John M. Browning, who also designed the appropriate cartridge for the weapon, the .45 ACP.
On March 29, 1911, it was officially accepted as a statutory weapon of the United States Armed Forces, first receiving the designation of the .45 semi-automatic pistol, M1911. Subsequently from 1924, its designation changed to Pistol Auto Caliber .45, M1911A1. In total, the military acquired approximately 2.7 million pistols during its service life.
It was used extensively during WWI, WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War. It remained in continuous form service in the United States Army until 1985, when it was replaced by the Beretta. Some variants are still in production, given their popularity, still active in some special forces, naval and marine units.
Relive the best battles in history with the Denix replica of one of the most famous pistols ever!
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