Auto Ordnance 1911A1 WWII .45 Parkerized Auto Ordnance 1911A1 WWII .45 Parkerized
Model 1911PKZSE Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 16100 UPC 602686253000
New In Box. Part Number:1911PKZ Buds Item Number: 16100
Specifications Type Pistol Action Single Caliber 45 ACP Barrel Length 5" Capacity 7+1 Safety Thumb, Grip & Internal Firing Pin Block Grips Brown Composite Sights Blade Front, Drift Adjustable Rear Weight 39 oz Finish Black *Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photo's provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.
Customer Reviews 33 Customer Reviews Average 4.6 out of 5 James B I received my AO1911a1 and all looked good. Took it home to clean it before taking it to the range and noticed that the barrel had horrible chatter / tooling marks all in the rifling. I contacted Auto Ordnance, they asked for pictures so I sent them and they agreed that it was very bad and to send it back for a barrel replacement. Besides the chatter marks, the trigger was very heavy. They had my pistol for a few weeks and called to tell me everything is ok with it and that its a military spec pistol so don't be so picky about the chatter marks and trigger. I shoot cast lead so tooling marks make it a pain to clean after shooting. The guy from Auto Ordnance didn't care and would not replace the barrel. I tried arguing with the guy but nothing helped, his mind was made up and he shipped it back. After I got it back I took it to the range, fired some fmj out of it and it shot significantly lower than any of my other "mil spec" 1911's.
A Rock Island 1911 from the Philippines is a better made "mil Spec" 1911 than this Auto Ordnance. 4 months ago Sam B If you are interested, buy this with confidence. Ive shot Colts, Kimbers, Springfields, and the like, and little difference is noticed, if any at all. In fact, its funny to hear people complain about the "stiffness" of the series 80 trigger system, because it then becomes obvious that these people have never, ever shot a vintage Army issue Colt. Now those things have a stiff trigger on 'em. The Auto Ordnance 1911 is not cosmetically perfect, but they imperfections are so minuscule that you would have to be crazy to be bothered by them. I am very pleased with the quality of the looks and the functioning of this weapon. I think that people interested in a gun like this show taste, and if you buy it, you will not be let down. 5 months ago Show More Reviews...