Eagle Imports, which distributes firearms products by Metro Arms, Bersa, Comanche and Grand Power firearms, is now offering the Metro Arms MAC 1911 Bobcut. If you’ve been on the hunt for a great concealed carry gun which combines quality, performance and accuracy at an affordable price, look no further.

According to the press release, the single-action MAC 1911 Bobcut is chambered in .45 ACP with a barrel length of 4.25 inches. It has an overall length of 7.88 inches and a height of 5.42 inches. It weighs 34.58 ounces empty and comes in three separate finishes: Hard Chrome, Blue and Black Chrome. This handgun, which is named for the diagonal cut on the backstrap at the bottom of the grip, also has a rounded butt profile which aids concealability. Simply put, this is an ideal gun for concealed carry due to its sleek design, smaller size and lighter weight than your traditional full size 1911 models.

In addition, the MAC 1911 Bobcut from Metro Arms has a flared and lowered ejection port, a standard slide stop, an enhanced beavertail grip safety, extended thumb safety, skeletal hammer and combat trigger. It also has rear slide serrations and stripple front strap serrations, as well as a throated forged steel barrel. MSRP ranges from $902 to $1,045. See below for additional details.


* Model: M19BC45B, M19BC45C
* Caliber: .45 ACP
* Action: SA
* Overall Length: 7.88”
* Barrel Length: 4.25”
* Height: 5.42”
* Width: 1.25”
* Weight (empty): 34.58 oz.
* Frame Material: 4140 Steel
* Slide Material: 4140 Hammer Forged Steel
* Sights: Dovetail Front and Novak-Style Rear Sight
* Magazine: 8-rd Magazine
* Grips: Custom Hard Wood Grips with MAC Logo
* Finish: Blue, Hard Chrome, Black Chrome
* MSRP: $902 – $1,045

For more information about the MAC 1911 Bobcut, and the full range of products currently offered by Metro Arms, please visit http://www.metroarms.com

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  • Kracken

    “ideal.” Yes, a 1911 is “ideal” for concealed carry, much in the same way a 1969 Camaro is “ideal” for AutoCross…zif you want to pack a gun that weighs over 2 lbs loaded, why on God’s Earth would you not carry a 10-shot (or greater) .45, such as the XD or XDM? Oh, because you had to write a glowing article for a sponsor. I get it!!! Kudos for the “unbiased” suggestion that we all back a brick with 7 rds as our CCW…lmao.

  • BaconLovingInfidel

    Why would anyone even consider an overpriced Filipino junker 1911 at any price when there are good quality US made 1911s available?

    Bersa makes junk meant to be carried often and shot very little.

    Eagle imports trash along with those Slovakian pistols.

    Transparent ad copy “disguised” as a review is why gun magazine writers’ opinions get no respect.