Maximus Arms’ Gladiator Featured in September Issue of ‘Combat Handguns’

Gladiator with Cerakote Finish
Gladiator with Cerakote Finish
Maximus Arms
Maximus Arms

Franklin, TN –-(Ammoland.com)- The Maximus Arms Gladiator has been featured in the September issue of Combat Handguns, now on newsstands.

The handgun review, titled “The Gladiator” written by David Bahde, featured a notable introductory quote, “Using tank-tough 17-4PH steel, Maximus Arms’ ultra-rugged Gladiator .45 is one 1911 destined to echo in eternity!”

Overall, Bahde was impressed with the Gladiator, stating “the Gladiator is a finely built 1911 pistol with some very interesting alterations to the standard design … all of the built-in features, like the ejector, safety plunger and magazine well, should provide for excellent longevity. Given the properties of the steel, my guess is the ejector will last forever, and the rest of the accessories integrate rather nicely.”

Along with the dimensional changes made to the 1911, Bahde was also impressed by the Gladiators accuracy and reliability, “Shooting it at 25 yards, I achieved some highly accurate results, with the best group measuring right at 1.5 inches … The Gladiator proved to be a very reliable 1911 with excellent accuracy.” He also praised the flared mag well, pointing out how it “facilitated very positive magazine swaps.”

View all of Bahde’s comments in the full article, found in the September issue of Combat Handguns.

We invite you to view our in-depth overview of the Maximus Arms Gladiator 1911 .45 ACP 70 series pistol on our YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/MaximusArms.

Watch the overview from the company founder Tony Bellione as he describes his own history with the 1911 pistol and the dimensional changes he made to Browning’s original design to create the Gladiator.

 

ABOUT MAXIMUS ARM
Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee and established in 2010, Maximus Arms has over twenty years of experience handling and producing high-quality firearms. The team comprises gunsmiths certified as law enforcement armorers, computer numerical control machinists, and metallurgists—many with military and law enforcement backgrounds. To learn more about Maximus Arms or the 1911 Gladiator, visit www.MaximusArms.com.

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