Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Signature 1911 to Auction for HAVA

Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Signature 1911 to Auction for HAVA
Read the complete review in the May '15 issue of G&A. Subscribe here for print, digital or both!

CLICK HERE to bid on the Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Signature 1911 serial number GA00001 at GunsAmerica.com to support our veterans.

Through the 57-year history of Guns & Ammo magazine, Model 1911 pistols have regularly appeared within its pages. Gunwriters like the late Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper wrote about all aspects of this handgun, including training techniques at Gunsite Academy and do-it-yourself gunsmithing projects.

Today, Eric R. Poole, the editor of G&A, and contributor Richard Mann, decided to partner with Nighthawk Custom and design a signature pistol to represent the heritage of the magazine and benefit wounded veterans. Col. Jeff Cooper himself would be proud.


Given considerations based on Cooper's writings, the Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Limited Edition 1911 was born. With only 100 pistols being produced, the pistol celebrates G&A with its logo engraved on the Commander-length slide. The entire 1911 is hand-fitted by Nighthawk's gunsmiths and reflects top-shelf craftsmanship throughout every component of the firearm.


Read the complete review in the May '15 issue of G&A. Subscribe here for print, digital or both!

To commemorate this Limited Edition 1911, the pistol wearing serial number GA00001 will be auctioned at GunsAmerica.com starting March 30, 2015. Through the generosity of Nighthawk Custom, all the proceeds derived from the sale of this pistol will go to supporting Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA). Additionally, Nighthawk is only offering 100 of these pistols through its more than 400 preferred dealers. It will be donating 5 percent of the sale price of those firearms to support HAVA. Every pistol sold will be delivered with a serialized Letter of Authenticity signed by Nighthawk Custom CEO Mark Stone and Guns & Ammo Editor Eric R. Poole. It's destined to become collectible and has already proven to be a tack driving work of art.

Learn more about how Col. Jeff Cooper's parameters for an ideal 1911 influenced the design of Guns & Ammo's Signature 1911, and read the complete review in the May 2015 issue of Guns & Ammo.

CLICK HERE to bid on the Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Signature 1911 serial number GA00001 at GunsAmerica.com to support our veterans.


The pistol comes finished in Sniper Gray Cerakote with Nighthawk Alumagrips.
Guns & Ammo magazine teamed up with Nighthawk Custom to build a signature 1911 that we believe Col. Jeff Cooper would be proud of.
Only 100 Nighthawk Custom Guns & Ammo Signature 1911s will be produced.
A custom-stippled front strap resembles a rubberized texture that's comfortable on the hands but still provides a sturdy grip.
A smooth mainspring housing and lack of serrations on the rear of the slide make for a pistol that can be drawn without biting your hands or grabbing on your clothes.
A precision hand-fitted match-grade barrel measures 4.25-inches in length.
Fine-tuned by Nighthawk Custom, the short trigger has a 4-pound pull weight.
The barrel bushing is hand-fitted and allows the pistol to be disassembled without tools.
Two-dot tritium rear Trijicon HD Night Sights have a wide notch to view the front sight post and the ledge shape of the rear sight can be used to charge the pistol.
A brilliant orange circle surrounds the tritium insert in the front Trijicon HD Night Sight.
CLICK HERE to bid on serial number GA00001 at GunsAmerica. The proceeds benefit Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA).

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