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Full-Sized 5" 1911 Slide - 9mm

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Upgrade your 9mm 1911 with a fiber-iron slide.

This sleek, Parkerized 9mm 1911 slide comes with a high-visiblity fiber optic front iron sight, and double-dot rear open irons for easy sighting. The rear adjustable sight provides a dialed-in zero, while its matte black finish matches any typical Parkerized frame.

Pair with a 9mm 1911 barrel to complete your custom slide.

9mm Fiber Iron Sight Slide Specs

  • Size: Government Model (5" barrel)
  • Caliber: 9mm Parabellum
  • Finish: Parkerized
  • Serrations: Rear


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