The 1911 Duty SS45 is an upgraded 1911 in 45ACP with many high end features at a very resonable price. Rotary hammer forged hard chrome plated barrel, stainless steel frame and slide, novak style three dot sights, extended beavertail style grip safety, enhanced hammer and trigger, extended and ambidextrous thumb safety, beveled magazine well.
|Manufacturer Part #||1911-S||Model||1911-S|
|Size||Full Size||Caliber||45 ACP|
|Sights||Novak||Subcategory||Pistols - Metal Frame|
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All Federal Firearm License laws apply when purchasing a firearm. Anyone desiring to purchase a firearm must be able to pass a background check. There are age limits on the sale of certain items. And certain types of items are illegal in certain places – for example ‘assault weapons’ cannot be sold in California and certain types of ammunition are illegal in certain states and cities, and also magazines. The NRA also has put together a terrific state-by-state gun laws guide. The ATF has compiled information on the various state laws. Again, it is your responsibility to make sure that you comply with federal, state and local laws. We do not tolerate attempted illegal activity at all!
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.