American Tactical Introduces the FX-H Hybrid 1911

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posted on November 23, 2015
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American Tactical, pioneers of the Omni Hybrid MAXX Series of products, announces the first of its kind FX-H Hybrid 1911 handgun to the line-up of quality polymer-based firearms.

The FX-H 1911 is unique in the fact it has a polymer frame with two metal inserts at the stress points for premium quality construction, while keeping the overall weight of this full frame 1911 down to 1.6 pounds. The FX-H is believed to be the lightest full size 1911 on the market today. The FX-H includes features like a 5-inch, match-grade stainless barrel and a stainless steel slide that accepts Glock-style sight systems and a removable plate to accommodate RMR-style optics. The FX-H 1911 comes in .45 ACP with additional calibers coming soon. All Mil-Spec 1911 parts are interchangeable.

"The FX-H 1911 is an absolute ground-breaking firearm," says Tony DiChario, President of American Tactical. "We completely designed and manufactured this product for the ultimate shooting pleasure while giving the owner a lightweight solid 1911 platform like no other. We are excited about bringing this product to market."

The FX-H Hybrid 1911 is currently available for wholesale and stocking dealer orders. MSRP is $659.95.

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