ATI ATIGFX45TIB FX1911 Titan 7+1 45ACP 3.12" ATI ATIGFX45TIB FX1911 Titan 7+1 45ACP 3.12"
Specifications and Features: Caliber: .45ACP. Height: 4.96 Inches. Length:6.93 Inches. Weight: 35.2 Ounces (2.2 lb). Magazine Capacity: 7+1. Frame: 4140 Steel. Frame Finish: Blued. Frame Color: Matte Black. Slide Material : 4140 Steel. Slide Finish: Blued. Slide Color: Matte Black. Sights: Novak Cut Dovetail Front and Rear/Combat Style Rear Sight. Grips: Mahogany Textured Pattern. Barrel Length: 3 1/8 Inches. Barrel Material: 4140 Steel. Barrel Finish: Steel. Trigger Material: Aluminum 3-hole Skeleton. Trigger Color: Chrome. Additional Features: Officer Size Single Action Semi Automatic 7+1 Magazine Capacity
Model ATIGFX45TIB Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 75564 UPC 813393012785
Specifications Type Pistol Action Single Caliber 45 ACP Barrel Length 3.2" Capacity 7+1 Safety Manual Thumb & Grip Grips Mahogany Sights Low Profile Weight 38.4 oz Finish Blued *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 19 Customer Reviews Average 3.9 out of 5 Joshua N Got it home, field stripped, cleaned, oiled and reassembled. Took it to the range, within 25 rounds the tip of the ejector broke off causing constant FTF's and FTE's, the guide rod started to become loose and was obviously under powered. All in all, I would never advise anyone to purchase a Titan. Ammo was regular off the shelf federal .45. $400, over a week wait, an hour drive to the range, and within 25 rounds and I have a paper weight. ATI, as well as Iver Johnson are the same company, any of there 3 inch "Titan" or "Thrashers" are junk, same gun, slightly different guide rods. AVOID THIS GUN! 1 month ago Christopher J First off, I'd like to say Buds service and shipping was excellent as always. Arrived in under a week to my FFL, with lots of email updates along the way. Five star service as usual.
Now to the gun itself. These are on clearance and probably for good reason. They have at least one known issue that ATI hasn't fixed. That being said, if you are looking for a compact 1911 cheap and can do some minor work, this is still a good deal. Think diamond in the rough. The biggest problem these have is a recoil assembly that simply isn't up to the task, including the rear plate on the guide rod, and reverse plugs that crack. Do some online research. The easy fix is a Kimber recoil assembly part number 4000465 at around 50 bucks. Only minor mod to the rim of the reverse plug and it drops in. I had one of these guns when they came out and had both failures in under 250 rounds shooting factory 230 ball ammo.
This fun as I received it was in good condition but had the usual sticky shipping oil in it. Full strip, clean and lube showed no real glaring issues. The trigger was quite heavy and will be revisited. It was tight and well machined for the price point. I lubed it quite a bit and cycled the action and trigger several hundred times. Noted some high spot wear but it did smooth up. Re cleaned and lubed. I fired 75 rounds of 230 ball factory ammo in the included magazine and original recoil assembly. Had no failures to feed, fire, or eject and it shot point of aim pretty well. The extractor needs tuned as like many have stated, it likes to throw brass back at with some regularity. Disassembled and saw no weird wear. With the exception of the recoil assembly is already peening and distorting. And this is their upgraded model. Received my Kimber recoil assembly and installed it. Shot another 100 trouble free rounds with less recoil thanks to the stronger recoil assembly. With a bit of tinkering you can still have a nice weapon for well under 500 bucks. What's not to like? Although I wouldn't buy one and use it as a carry weapon out of the box. 2 months ago Show More Reviews...