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Davidson's Exclusive Colt 1911 Classic Series Models

Davidson's has created two new Exclusives in conjunction with Colt's Manufacturing and Baron Engraving.

Davidson's Exclusive Colt 1911 Classic Series Models

These two Colt 1911 “Heritage” 5” Government models are chambered in .38 Super and feature custom scroll engraving by Baron. These Exclusives feature gold-plating of the hammer, grip screws, mag release, and on the slide.

Two finishes are offered – both blued and stainless steel. Both models have fixed GI style sights, double diamond wood grip panels and one seven-round magazine.

SKU Numbers:

  • O1911C-38DHM, Blued, MSRP $1,799.99
  • O1911C-SS38-DHM, Stainless, MSRP $1,999.99

These two Colt Exclusives will be long-term offerings increasing availability to Colt collectors and enthusiasts.

For more information, visit galleryofguns.com.


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