The MAC 1911 Bullseye is a 45 ACP single action with barrel length of 6" and overall length of 9.88". Height is 5.56" with the weight of 46.91 ounces. The frame is made of 4140 steel; slide is made of 4140 hammer forged steel with wide rear serrations. It comes with fully adjustable Bomar-type rear sight and dovetail fiber optic front sight. The 1911 Bullseye has a flared and lowered ejection port, standard slide stop, ambidextrous thumb safety and enhanced beavertail grip safety, skeletanized hammer, combat trigger, checkered front strap serration, and ramped match-grade bull barrel. It comes finished in deep blue or hard chrome with custom hardwood grips with the MAC logo.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length : 6"
Capacity : 8+1
Safety : Ambidextrous Thumb
Grips : Aluminum Grips w/ MAC logo
Sights : Dovetail Black Front, Adjustable Rear
Weight : 46.91 oz
Finish : Blued
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Submitted By: James H. On 09/08/2013
Just got my 6" Bulleyes MAC 1911 back from its first range trip. Functioned beautifully EXCEPT for aluminum cased bullets (Blazer). I also used a variety of magazines - all worked with two exceptions ( R1 from Remington and 8 round Chip McCormick). I had read that it was very picky about magazines but just to be sure the readers are clear, here is a list of the ones that operated without any problems: Colt, ACT-Mag) Kimber, Ruger,generic military surplus and 10 round Chip McCormick. I fired consistent groups of 2-3 inches at 15 yards from a bench rest. Used 230 grain round nose Mag Tech, 185 Grain flat nose Winchester and 200 grain TAP FPD from Hornady. I fired 300 rounds on this first trip and the only function problems encountered was the aluminum jacketed bullets from CCI Blazer. I think it was just a powder/power issue because the slide would just not cycle properly. This gun is not only a beauty to look at, it is a great shooter, I fully expect for it to improve even more as it gets some wear on it. I own 12 1911 of different makes and this is as good as any of them...my next purchase(it is in layaway now) will be a 5" Kimber Custom Crimson Trace and the Magnum Research "Desert Eagle". I will be back with a report on these.
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