Browning is expanding its 1911-380 semi auto pistol line with the addition of two new models, the Black Label 1911-380 Pro and Black Label 1911-380 Pro with rail. In their press release, Browning says these new .380 ACP pistols are scaled down, 15% smaller versions of the original .45 ACP chambered model designed by the man, the myth, the legend, John M. Browning.
These new models come with either steel three-dot combat sights or night sights. The grips are made of G-10 composite. The barrel, which is rust-resistant, is 4 ¼” long and features a target crown. In addition, both of these pistols come with an extended, ambidextrous manual thumb safety, an extended slide release and a beavertail grip safety. Finally, these pistols have a magazine capacity of 8 rounds. The weight is 17 ½ oz and the overall length is 7 ½”.
Black Label 1911-380 Pro with 3-Dot sights, Suggested Retail, $799.99.
Black Label 1911-380 Pro with night sights, Suggested Retail, $879.99.
Black Label 1911-380 Pro with rail and 3-Dot sights, Suggested Retail, $829.99.
Black Label 1911-380 Pro with rail and night sights, Suggested Retail, $909.99.
For more information on Browning products, please visit the website at www.browning.com.
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