ATI Introduces FXH-45M Moxie Commander Size

ATI 1911 Moxie
ATI’s new 1911 – the Moxie-c. IMG ATI

U.S.A. -( American Tactical Inc, a US manufacturer and worldwide importer of firearms, ammunition, and tactical equipment, is proud to introduce the all-new FXH-45M Moxie 1911 pistol in Commander size.

The FXH-45M Moxie Commander looks and feels different with an all-new barrel, slide, and sight set. This is a commander-size hybrid 1911 pistol featuring a patented polymer frame with two metal inserts for added stability and durability. The Moxie also features a 4140 steel slide with a parkerized finish. The frame was designed with built-in finger grooves for an ergonomic feel.

The FXH-45M Moxie Commander is a single-action, semi-automatic pistol chambered in .45 ACP with a 4.25-inch barrel. It has a height of 5.4 inches and measures 8 inches long. It weighs 1.5 lbs unloaded and without the magazine. The Moxie has black polymer grips and a removable top plate that allows for the addition of an optics mount. It accepts Glock front and rear sights, including aftermarket night sights. This new breed of 1911 is compatible with most standard 1911 parts and grips. It ships with one 8-round magazine included.

The FXH-45M Moxie Commander (ATIGFXH45MC) has an MSRP of $459.95 and is proudly 100% made in America.

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About American Tactical:

American Tactical is both an American manufacturer and a worldwide importer of firearms, ammunition, and tactical equipment to the United States of America. While offering customers a broad range of shooting sports and defense products, they search the globe to bring the best quality and prices to buyers. In addition, they manufacture many products in the United States to offer American-made options in their vast product lineup.

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It appears to be using Glock sights.


US manufacturer owned by?


VERY nice, all but the text all over it… Weapon or BILLBOARD ?