Browning Introduces Five New 1911-380 Models

posted on April 21, 2017
Browning announced the addition of five new models of its Black Label 1911-380 pistol, sized at 75 percent of a traditional 1911 and chambered in the .380 ACP cartridge. The new line includes guns in both full and compact sizes and incorporates a number of desirable features.

The new Black Label 1911-380 Medallion Pro is offered to consumers in both full-size and compact models. The guns are built on an aluminum-reinforced frame and use a stainless-steel slide with polished flats. The grips feature a checkered cut and rosewood construction and include a gold Buckmark inset into the grips.

The full-size Medallion Pro pistol features a 4.25-inch barrel, while the compact model features a 3.625-inch barrel. The guns can be had with 3-dot sights or night sights. The 3-dot model retails at a suggested price of $799.99, while the night-sight-equipped model retails at $879.99.

The company is also rolling out three new compact versions of the 1911-380. The Black Label 1911-380 Compact includes a 3.625-inch barrel, composite grips and fixed combat sights. The suggested retail price of the new gun is $669.99.

Finally, the company is offering its Black Label Pro and Pro with Rail pistols in compact sizes. Both guns will incorporate 3.625-inch barrels and have the option of shipping with either 3-dot sights or night sights. The suggested retail price for the Black Label Pro 1911-380 with 3-dot sights is $799.99, while the night-sight model retails at a suggested price of $879.99. The rail-equipped models retail at a suggested price of $829.99 for 3-dot sights and $909.99 for night sights.


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