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Christensen Arms move to incorporate the manufacture of all 1911 frames and slides for their stainless and titanium pistols results in cost savings to be realized by 1911 enthusiasts.

Christensen Arms 1911 Damascus Pistol

Christensen Arms 1911 Damascus Pistol

Christensen Arms

Christensen Arms

GUNNISON, UT (Ammoland.com) – Christensen Arms, manufacturers of superior hunting, tactical and sport shooting firearms utilizing the latest in carbon fiber technologies, announce that all frames and slides for their stainless and titanium 1911 pistol line are now in-sourced at the Utah facility.

The result for the 1911 collector/shooter is a superior handgun with all the technological advantages of Christensen Arms’ state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities combined with the old world craftsmanship attention to detail, at a new, lower manufactured suggested retail price.

“Our 1911 line exudes the traditional styling of the original design coupled with custom touches and premium parts, which we can now offer at a lower price for our customers,” Jason Christensen explained. “By creating our 1911 frames and slides in-house we have greater control over the entire production and we can pass the savings on to our customers.”

The Christensen Arms 1911 pistol line is offered in stainless steel and light weight titanium. Some of the available features include custom serrations on the stainless steel slide and hand-fit components such as the VZ G10 grips. The front of the grip features 30 LPI checking for a positive grip. Other features include match-grade barrels, premium adjustable triggers, a variety of tritium night sights and several Cerakote finish options. The Christensen Arms 1911 stainless pistol series in Government, Commander, Officer and Tactical Government and Commander pistol models (with integral tactical rail) are now available with a new MSRP.

For more on Christensen Arms, visit their website or join the conversation on Facebook.

About Christensen Arms:

Christensen Arms was founded in Gunnison, Utah in 1995 as a result of Dr. Roland Christensen’s knowledge of carbon-fiber and passion for hunting. Dr. Christensen first earned his Doctorate of Science in Mechanical Engineering and went on to start a company that utilizes carbon-fiber material for the aerospace and medical industries. This technology was revolutionary in barrel production and saw widespread acceptance. Christensen Arms builds a full range of firearms, including bolt-action rifles for hunting, target shooting, and tactical applications, with hand-laid-up carbon-fiber stocks, a line of AR-styled tactical rifles and custom, handcrafted 1911 pistols. These firearms are among the most precise, distinctive and technologically advanced products on the market today.

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