Optimizing the frame-to-slide-to-trigger guard relationship creates handling characteristics unique among small pistols of its kind. Many pocket guns can be hard to handle and unpleasant to shoot, discouraging practice at the range and time on the hip. However, the 911 .380 both shoots and feels like a full-size firearm, encouraging both practice and daily carry in the most concealable firearm that Springfield currently offers. It s small frame shooting with the familiarity of a 1911.This 911 model features a green/black G10 grip, Tritium front/rear sights, 7075 T6 aluminum frame with a black hard coat anodized finish, a black nitrided barrel and slide, and it comes with both one (1) 6-round flush and one (1) 7-round extended magazines.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length : 2.7"
Capacity : 6+1/7+1
Safety : Ambidextrous
Grips : Black/Green G10
Sight Configuration : Tritium Front/Rear
Weight : 12.6 oz
•Black Nitride coated slide & barrel
•Green & Black Thinline G10 grips
•Full-length guide rod & flat wire spring enhance control & soften recoil
•Crisp, short-reset 5 lb. trigger with G10 trigger shoe made by Hogue®
•Low-profile, snag-free Ameriglo® Pro-Glo™ tritium sights
-(Front) green tritium lamp inside yellow luminescent outline
-(Rear) tactical rack U-notch with two green tritium lamps inside white luminescent outlines
•416 stainless steel slide & precision broached barrel (1:16 twist)
•Loaded Chamber Indicator
•7075 T6 anodized hard-coat aluminum frame with Octo-Grip™ texturing on mainspring housing & front strap
•Extended ambidextrous thumb safety
•Mainspring housing is made of G10 by Hogue®
•Includes (1) 6-round flush mag & (1) 7-round extended mag with finger rest
•Wt.: 12.6 oz
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