Eagle Imports Unveils The New Line Of Metro Arms' MAC 1911 Pistols

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posted on January 8, 2013
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Eagle Imports, the exclusive distributor of the Metro Arms family of products, is proud to introduce the MAC 1911 Classic pistols.

Metro Arms, under the expert guidance from Hector Rodriguez, a former competitive shooter, has become a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of collectible and competition 1911 pistols. MAC 1911 pistols are known world-wide for their precise fit and function delivering performance and repeatable accuracy right out of the box.

The MAC 1911 Classic offered in a deep blue or hard chrome finish are built on a 4140 steel frame with a 4140 hammer forged steel slide. Features include a fully-adjustable Bomar-Type rear sight with a dovetail fiber optic front sight, a flared and lowered ejection port, a skeletal hammer and combat trigger and a ramped match-grade bull barrel. Wide front and rear serrations and a checkerred front strap serration with custom, hard wood grips featuring the MAC logo make this Classic stand out from the crowd with it's eye catching appearance. The MAC 1911 Classic pistol also features several postive safety devices including an enhanced beavertail grip safety, a hammer half-lock notch and a thumb safety.

MAC 1911 CLASSIC Specifications
Caliber: .45 ACP
Overall Length: 8.88 inches
Barrel Length: 5 inches
Height: 5.56 inches
Width: 1.25 inches
Weight: 40.56 ounces
Frame: 4140 steel
Slide: 4140 hammer forged steel
Sights: Fully-adjustable Bomar-Type rear sight; dovetail fiber optic front sight
Grips: Custom hard wood with MAC logo
Finishes: Deep Blue or Hard Chrome
MSRP: Deep Blue $1,038; Hard Chrome $1,112

For more information about the new MAC 1911 Classic pistol line visit www.metroarms.com.

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