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First Look: American Tactical FXH-45M Moxie Handgun

First Look: American Tactical FXH-45M Moxie Handgun

American Tactical Inc. is a U.S.-based manufacturer that also imports firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment from all over the world. The company is now introducing the all-new FXH-45M Moxie 1911-style pistol with an all new barrel, slide and sight set.

The FXH-45M Moxie sports a new barrel, slide and sight set for a different look and feel. The pistol is a full-size 1911 pistol with a hybrid construction that features a patented polymer frame with two metal inserts for added stability and durability. The Moxie also has a 4140 steel slide with a parkerized finish, and the frame is made with built-in finger grooves for an ergonomic feel and increased grip.

The FXH-45M Moxie is a single-action, semi-automatic pistol chambered in .45 ACP with the classic Browning-designed 1911 action. It has a height of 5.4 inches and measures 8.7 inches long. It weighs 1.95 pounds unloaded, without magazine. The pistol has black polymer grips and a removable top plate that allows for the mounting of a red dot optic. The usability of the pistol is enhanced because it accepts Glock front and rear sights, including aftermarket night sights, giving you an unprecedented range of sight options. The gun is compatible with most standard 1911 parts and grips, and it ships with one 8-round magazine.

American Tactical FXH-45M Moxie Features

  • Full size patented hybrid 1911
  • Single action
  • Semi automatic
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Height: 5.4 inches
  • Length: 8.7 inches
  • Weight: 1.95 pounds (unloaded) 
  • 1 - 8 round magazine included
  • Black polymer grips
  • Removable top plate allows for the addition of optics mount
  • Accepts Glock front and rear sights, including aftermarket night sights

The FXH-45M Moxie has an MSRP of $399.95. More information on this gun and other products from American Tactical is available at americantactical.us.

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