Originally Posted by Jason D
It's interesting they went with a wide hammer and old style safety.
The AT M1911 seems intended as an earlier design "retro" (WWII?) mil-spec gun (with just a few changes). Trigger is longer and serrated. Compared to a more modern 1911A1, it lacks the frame cutout above the slide stop, the ejection port is not lowered or flared, and, best of all IMO, it lacks a FP block and FLGR.
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Last edited by cole; 09-04-2011 at 17:46..