Springfield Armory Pistol 1911-A1 9mm Range Officer SS PI9122LP
- Caliber: 9mm
- Height: 5.5"
- Length: 8.6"
- Weight: 41oz
- Slide: Forged Carbon Steel, Parkerized
- Frame: Forged Carbon Steel, Parkerized
- Grip: Cross Cannon Double Diamond Cocobolo
- Recoil Style: GI Style
- Capacity: 9rds
- Barrel: 5" Match Grade
- Sights: Fully Adjustable Target with Fiber Optic Front
- Magazines: (2) 9 round
When we introduced the 1911 Range Officer® for the competitive shooter, we were surprised at the response. Serious shooters who care about the details welcomed the precision features that made the Range Officer® perform far beyond its price tag.
We insisted on the best components and manufacturing techniques, like forged national match frames and slides, both features found on our top end 1911 models. A gun is only as good as its barrel, so we didn’t skimp there either. We added a national match stainless steel barrel and precisely fit bushing for maximum accuracy.
The five inch barrel with fully supported ramp provides an extended sight radius, making your job of getting fast hits on target even easier. Speaking of sights, the front is a shielded fiber optic tube while the rear is a low profile combat style that won’t snag during the draw.
Serious 1911 fighting features are all there too. The classic flat mainspring housing is checkered for positive grip, and the extended beavertail safety includes a memory bump for positive activation. Add a long aluminum match grade trigger, and skeletonized hammer, this pistol is good to go.
When it’s time to get down to business, place your trust in a gun that’s built for the task. Try the Range Officer®. Are You Ready?™
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.