SIG SAUER Introduces New Additions to 1911 Pistol Series

SIG SAUER Introduces New Additions to 1911 Pistol Series

SIG SAUER 1911-22 rimfire pistol Flat Dark Earth
SIG SAUER 1911-22 rimfire pistol Flat Dark Earth
SIG SAUER
SIG SAUER

EXETER, NH –-(Ammoland.com)- SIG SAUER, Inc., the leading manufacturer of commercial, law enforcement and military firearms, introduces the 1911 TACPAC and two new options on the 1911-22.

These pistols combine the American ingenuity of the venerable 1911 platform with SIG SAUER refinements that enhance the pistol’s accuracy while still maintaining superior reliability.

The 100th anniversary of the 1911 has increased interest in the platform and driven more shooters to purchase their first 1911s. To accommodate these new 1911 fans, SIG SAUER has created the 1911 TACPAC.

Sig Sauer 1911 TACPAC Kit
Sig Sauer 1911 TACPAC Kit

This kit provides everything a shooter needs to enjoy a day at the range. Included is a full-size SIG SAUER 1911 pistol with or without the option of an accessory rail. The .45ACP pistols feature a stainless slide, durable Nitron finish, low-profile sights and Ergo XT polymer grips.

The railed version of the TACPAC allows shooters to quickly mount lights or the included CPL-1 compact laser. Two magazines are standard in this kit. The non-railed TACPAC features the more traditional look of a 1911 and comes with three magazines.

A match-grade barrel, hammer and sear set are mated to a lightweight, solid aluminum trigger. A SIG SAUER roto-paddle holster with integrated magazine pouch, Allen wrench, speed loader, and hard carry case round out the package. The TACPAC is the perfect all-in-one kit to equip those who may be purchasing their first 1911.

For shooters seeking a more economically friendly way to commemorate the 1911, SIG SAUER introduces two new versions of the popular 1911-22 rimfire pistol. Chambered in the economical 22LR, the 1911-22 now features a more traditional, military-style finish.

Flat Dark Earth and Olive Drab models join the standard 1911-22, giving users an opportunity to own the classic 1911 platform chambered for .22LR. The 1911-22 includes “U.S.” engraved walnut grips to further enhance the historical military appearance.

Built to the same dimensions as the full-size 1911, the 1911-22 features a lightweight metal frame and slide, low-profile three-dot sights, working grip safety and ambidextrous thumb safety, making the 1911-22 a perfect training tool for 1911 fans as well as a fun plinking pistol for all ages.

SIG SAUER 1911-22 rimfire pistol Olive Drab
SIG SAUER 1911-22 rimfire pistol Olive Drab

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About SIG SAUER, Inc.
SIG SAUER, Inc. is the largest member of a worldwide business group of firearms manufacturers that includes J.P. Sauer & Sohn and Blaser GmbH in Germany and Swiss Arms AG in Switzerland. This global network of companies gives SIG SAUER a world-class firearms knowledge base, unparalleled design expertise, and extensive manufacturing capacity, enabling the company to respond quickly and effectively to changing market conditions and the needs of its military, law enforcement, and commercial markets worldwide. SIG SAUER is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified company with over 400 employees. For more information on SIG SAUER, any of its products, or the SIG SAUER Academy, log on to www.sigsauer.com.

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    I have the Sig 1911 .22LR FDE (flat dark earth) pistol. My PROBLEM: none of the "universal" magazine loaders that I have tried so far fit over this rather wide magazine. Do you know of a mag loader for it? My finger/thumb combo get sore after a number of mazazine loads.

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    That pistol is so sweet. I was thinking a Glock for my next pistol, but I may have to re-evaluate this decision..

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    I wish, it was legal in my country… But it need to be license for use, so it would be very expensive..