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MGC

 Springfield Armory M1911A1

Heavyweight

             
 
                 

Example of a new MGC:   Springfield Armory M1911A1  (Heavyweight)

Included:  Original box/ instructions, 6x MGC .45ACP Blowback rounds,  7rd magazine, maintenance/ strip-down instructions, 1 box of M.G. caps.

Superb weight and feel to it.  FULL Springfield Armory markings and logos.  No visible maker name (MGC).

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing.
     Caliber:  .45  blowback brass cartridges - Reusable
     Weight loaded approx:  810g 

     Capacity: 7 + 1 chamber

     Power:  7mm PFC cap Blowback.  - Open barrel.

     Colt Markings and logo

     Materials:  Heavyweight abs & zinc alloy parts ect..
     Firing Mode:  Semi-automatic

Brief info on Springfield M1911-A1

As part of the original negotiations for the Model 1911 contract, the Ordnance Department secured the right to manufacture the pistol at Springfield Armory.  The negotiations allowed the U.S. Government to manufacture one third of those pistols produced after Colts had produced an initial 50000 pistols.  Production at Springfield was, by necessity, done in batches of serial numbers as the original authorization for Springfield specified that Colts Manufacturing Company would be given contracts for 2/3 of the pistols produced and the orders for same would be given simultaneously with orders to Springfield. Springfield prepared a set of drawings and eventually started production, and completed the first pistols in January of 1914.  Other than marking, the pistol made at Springfield had few obvious differences with the Colts made pistol.  However not only were there many subtle difference in the parts, but many of the parts will not completely interchange between a Springfield and a Colts made pistol.  It was not until WWII that proper tolerances were specified for all parts to function and interchange.  Parts made at Springfield can usually be identified by these subtle differences in the parts, and although many parts made at Springfield were stamped with an S, many were not so marked, especially in the later pistols.  Therefore unmarked parts can usually be identified if they were made at Springfield. 

Accessories for MGC M1911A1

Spare cartridges:    

Spare magazines:  

Blowback cartridges: Eight real look / size 

         

Look like real bullets with .45 markings (great for display) but can also be fired in your .45 model gun  (uses 7mm cap)

Dummy cartridges:  Eight real look / size .45ACP  

          

Look like real bullets with .45ACP markings (great for display)

Ammo Boxes:   Plastic container for .45ACP & 10mm rounds (real looks or blowback).  Keep your ammo neatly stored      

Nylon Black Holster:

   

Shoulder Holster: 

     

Nylon Shoulder holster for variety of guns, Beretta's, 1911's, Desert Eagle and more..

Wood grips:  With metal Colt logo   -  also available without Colt logo:  

      

Real Gun Grips: - Pachmayr wrap rounds for all 1911 Pistols: 

            

Pearl grips: