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Full-Sized 5" 1911 Slide - .45acp

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Upgrade your .45 1911 with a fiber optic-equipped slide.

The classic 1911 slide provides adequate sights. But upgrading to fiber optic irons with a more easily adjustable rear sight can seriously improve your groupings and sight picture. That's what this full-size 1911 slide affords: A bright red fiber optic front sight and adjustable rear open-leaf sight provides an enhanced sight picture with faster target acquisition.

Pair with a custom .45 ACP 1911 barrel to complete your slide.

1911 Fiber Optic Iron Slide Specs

  • Size: Government Model (5" barrel)
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Finish: Parkerized


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