Atlas Gunworks Releases the Titan Operator Pistol

Titan Operator Pistol
Titan Operator Pistol

North Ferrisburgh, VT-(Ammoland.com)- Atlas Gunworks has released the Titan Operator 9mm pistol for duty and self-defense. It’s based on the popular Titan competition pistol and is the newest pistol in Atlas’ growing lineup.

Atlas understands that competition guns aren’t the best choice for military, law enforcement or self-defense. So, when the tactical team at a west coast sheriff’s department requested 9mm Titans for duty, the Titan Operator was born. Atlas starts with a full-custom 2011 Titan in fit and finish and adds features for the tactical user. Features include a DLC coated, tri-topped and lightened slide, 5” KKM bull barrel, PT aluminum grip, 19 + 1 capacity, tactical rear sight and a railed frame.

Atlas starts with a full-custom 2011 Titan in fit and finish and adds features for the tactical user.
Atlas starts with a full-custom 2011 Titan in fit and finish and adds features for the tactical user.
Features include a DLC coated, tri-topped and lightened slide, 5” KKM bull barrel, PT aluminum grip, 19 + 1 capacity, tactical rear sight and a railed frame.
Features include a DLC coated, tri-topped and lightened slide, 5” KKM bull barrel, PT aluminum grip, 19 + 1 capacity, tactical rear sight and a railed frame.
Pistols for duty and self-defense require an extra measure of reliability. It must run in extreme conditions with many different types of ammunition. To achieve this, Atlas installs heavy duty springs to ensure reliable cycling and primer ignition.
Pistols for duty and self-defense require an extra measure of reliability. It must run in extreme conditions with many different types of ammunition. To achieve this, Atlas installs heavy duty springs to ensure reliable cycling and primer ignition.

Pistols for duty and self-defense require an extra measure of reliability. It must run in extreme conditions with many different types of ammunition. To achieve this, Atlas installs heavy duty springs to ensure reliable cycling and primer ignition. The trigger pull is also set to be slightly heavier than their competition guns, coming in at 3.0 to 3.5 pounds.

Staying true to their commitment to short wait times, the Atlas Gunworks Titan Operator ships in less than 3 months. For more information visit our website or call 855-940-1911.


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Atlas Gunworks is the country’s fastest growing custom gun builder. Located in North Ferrisburgh, Vermont, they specialize in ultra-premium 2011 and 1911 style pistols. Atlas builds guns for shooters serious about winning, whether it’s winning a USPSA, IDPA, or 3-Gun competition or winning an encounter in a dark alley. Unheard of in the custom gun market, they are committed to shipping most models in less than three months.

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    James Higginbotham
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    anyone care to guess just how many people have been killed by so called SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS?
    that cost less than 200$ and even cheaper.
    the HIGH COST of a firearm doesn’t make it any more deadly, some people just like EXPENSIVE TOYS.

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    @JG, Saturday Night Special! I thought the anti-Second Amendment crowd stopped using that propaganda term when they failed to get inexpensive pistols banned! Then they went on to use the propaganda term Assault Rifle, which morphed into Assault Weapon, so that they could get those other oh so scary firearms banned.

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    @JH, I am thinking the answer is none because there is no such thing as a Saturday night special.

    BJI
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    BJI

    A $500-600 Glock 19 will do EVERYTHING that $4000 gun will do with the average Joe carrying it for self-defense AND when the jack-booted thugs take it after he’s defended himself Joe will cry A LOT LESS!!! Not only that, but Joe can probably afford ANOTHER Glock 19 for backup!!! Substitute a Springfield Armory, an S&W, etc. for the Glock 19 all of which YOU COULD BUY 2 FOR $1000!!!

    American Bluing & Guns, LLC
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    American Bluing & Guns, LLC

    The average Joe can’t afford $75K trucks or $125k Tesla or $5k handguns but Ed Brown has been making a good business of it as well as many custom builders. We hear about our military using $10-$15k night and thermal scopes. If a dept has the funds to supply these to their officers good for them. Law enforcement agencies never pay retail for their guns. I know the owner at Atlas and I’ve done work for him on customer guns. If I had the money I would own one, beautiful piece of equipment. Compare to driving a bugatti to a… Read more »

    poverello
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    poverello

    Okay, John. Full disclosure: I am retired, receiving Social Security. I treasure my safety and security as much as the next guy. But, no, I can’t afford $4000. Clear?

    explainist
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    explainist

    If you use a gun for self defense it gets confiscated and taken into evidence. If you use this for self defense, you need another gun for self defense while the case is adjudicated, because bastards have brothers. so you revert to your $400 Ruger. If you are not completely stupid, you use the $400 Ruger, and let that get confiscated. It takes a special kind of stupid to put a $4000 gun at risk of theft, loss, or confiscation if you have a $400 gun that works as well. Someone somewhere is dense enough to pay enough to buy… Read more »

    john upshaw
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    john upshaw

    Come on guys, want to sell a premium firearm ?? Common folks can’t afford the 3-4000$ price tag. Are you seriously telling us, safety is only as good as one can afford ?? No thanks. !!!

    poverello
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    poverello

    Beautiful weapon. Four thousand dollars. Yikes.

    poverello
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    poverello

    Sorry John…misunderstood your post. My fault and my apologies.

    GAboy55
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    GAboy55

    $3999.00. No rhanks.

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    Gentlemen, It is $4000 Obama dollars. One of the first things that Barry Soetoro did was to devalue the purchasing power of the dollar by half (so that he could cheat the Chinese out of half of what we owed them.) If you had $1000 in the bank or your pay check, it now has only half of its purchasing power. So in response, manufacturers had to pay twice as much for materials and ask twice as much for their products. So now, it is really only paper with pretty pictures on it.