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Springfield Armory 911 .380 Stainless Steel 2.7

   3 Reviews| 5 Questions & Answers
Model: PG9109S
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 100106
 
UPC: 706397917579
 

Springfield Armory 911 .380 Stainless Steel 2.7
Springfield Armory 911 .380 Stainless Steel 2.7

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Springfield Armory's 911 .380 is the perfect pistol for your EVERY day carry. The lightweight 7075 T6 aluminum frame and black Nitride or stainless 416 steel slide measure 5.5 inches long and less then 4 inches high, with a snag-free profile that's undetectable under clothing. Springfield's Octo-Grip front strap texturing ensures a secure grip and is complimented by a G10 Octo-Grip textured mainspring housing. G10 Thin-line grips and a short reset, crisp 5-pound G10 trigger shoe by Hogue come together to give the feel of shooting a full-sized firearm. Designed for life-saving defensive use at close range, the 911 features an ambidextrous safety and is perfectly matched with an Ameriglo Pro-Glo green tritium front sight inside a yellow luminescent circle, and a tactical rack rear sight with green tritium inside of white luminescent circles. Approved for the most advanced and modern .380 defensive ammunition, the 911 comes with a flush 6-round and 7-round extended magazine.

Specifications:

  • # of Mags: 2
  • Additional Info: Aluminum Frame
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless Steel Slide
Type Pistol
Action Single
Caliber 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length 2.7"
Capacity 6+1/7+1
Safety Ambidextrous
Grips Octo-Grip
Sights Tritium Front/Rear
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish BORON NITRIDE
Type Not Valid
Action Break Open
Caliber 243 Winchester
Barrel Length Threaded barrel
Capacity 5
Safety Grip and U.S.A Trigger
Grips Black with American flag
Sights Fixed Front, Rear Adjustable

 
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Reviewed By: on 01/02/2019
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Nice gun only problem is had a couple feed problems and a couple misfires. Cleaned the gun and it seemed better. I think it will go away once it gets broke in.

Reviewed By: on 12/29/2018
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

I looked forward to own a Springfield 911 .380, now that I have one. I struggled with the little gun, but it%u2019s growing on me. Right after getting it. I took it to the range to break it in. I notice that the gun constantly jams. After tying different ammo, I discovered that .380 100 grams ammo works the best. I shot 100 rounds in it with no jams. It%u2019s a good gun and if you like the look and fill of 1911 you would like the gun. I recommend to use 100-gram weight ammo for reliability.

Reviewed By: on 12/07/2018
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

I had some issues with this gun when I first received it. It was shooting 5-6 inches to the right. It wasn't realated to ammo (tried multiple brands and types) or the shooter (I could hit everything I aimed at with my Ruger LCP II). But more importantly the gun would not return to battery when loading the first round of a new magazine 40% or so of the time. You'd pull the trigger and...nothing. You could see the slide get soft the last 2mm or so of travel. A tap to the slide with the butt of your hand would correct it. But not something you want to have to do with your self defense gun (or any gun for that matter). After putting 300 or so rounds through it with no change I sent it back to Springfield for warranty work. Got it back in about two weeks and now it works perfectly. The also corrected the sights and the thing is very accurate now. I love this gun. Easy to pocket carry, shoots very well, much easier to handle than my LCP II (which I also really like). Gun has noticeably less recoil than competing micro .380's I've shot. Feels great in the hand and is fun to shoot. Comes with a 6 and extended 7 round mag, nice carry case, ambi safety which I like. And is just a beautiful gun. Do watch some YouTube videos on the gotcha's when breaking it down for cleaning. Don't push on the ejector to hard when reinstalling the slide. If you are aware it is no big deal and easily avoided. Kinda a pain to fix if you do it though. Sig p238 videos will show you how to fix it. Since the 911 is 90% the same gun and there is more history to the p238. SIg has the same gotcha's.

 
 
 
Questions & Answers
 
    • Answered
    Joe, I own multiple Springfield weapons and have yet to have a factory defect with any of them. Some, like many weapons, will shoot one load more accurately than another, even in the same model, but even that tends to even out after the break-in period.
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    • Answered
    Joe, 300+ rounds seem to be the norm for break in on this model. A feed ramp polishing can never hurt and will likely improve feeding once you rule out the magazines.
    • Answered
    Not at this time. I would email them, asking if in the near future if it will be available
    • Answered
    These are not discontinued, Springfield just announced them at SHOT Show '18... The two tone stainless models came out first, the black finish is just starting to ship now (per Springfield) and there are other versions with lasers coming in the future.
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    • Answered
    Hi Judy, This came out earlier this year. It is the Newest model.
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