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I’ve had this in the works for a few months now, but I’ve stretched my gun budget a little thin this year. I’m still waiting on several custom 2011’s that are paid in full, as well as everything else I recently picked up, such as the TRS Comp, DR920P,, and AF-1 Ergal. :cool:

Tri-Cut Carry 9mm | Nighthawk Custom


The Tri Cut Carry is literally one of the nicest 1911’s I’ve ever seen from a styling standpoint. I love the business-like appearance and the incredible attention to detail. The Tri Cut is a commander size 9mm 1911. As the name suggests, the theme of the gun’s features tri cut angles on the slide and frame. Even the black aluminum grips are cut in that fashion. This results in a very striking appearance that is jet black in color (also available in a stainless look). The flat trigger is standard and the gun features stippling on the front strap, back strap, trigger guard, trigger face, slide top, and even the magazine release button. The 9mm bull barrel adds to the awesome looks and adds some weight up front. The gun weighs 39oz empty, so its definitely heavy for a commander. Other than those features, the entire pistol is blended and dehorned for carry, hence the name. Despite that name, there’s no way I’m carrying a $5000 1911 anywhere. In fact, I never carry expensive pistols of any kind.

In typical Nighthawk fashion, the execution of the Tri Cut is flawless. The gun is smooth, yet tight, and everything is fitted perfectly. I especially love the appearance of the muzzle with the deep crown. I’m also a big fan of aluminum grips and I feel they add to the appearance and the quality feel of the gun. These are more for looks than function though, being smooth. With their black color, I can’t even imagine trying to pick this pistol up after its been sitting in the sun on a hot summer day.

Overall, I’m thrilled with the pistol and this will likely be the last 1911 I buy, at least for some time. I own quite a few and I only buy the high end models, so the money adds up quickly. :eek:

Anyone else own a Tri Cut? I ask because I never see them posted on the forums. :unsure:

Please enjoy the pics and share your thoughts.

Thanks! :D






















Here it is with my other Nighthawks, which include three 1911's and a 2011.

(Costa Compact, Tri Cut Carry, Agent 2 Commander, and TRS Comp)

 

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very nice
 

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Beautiful pistol brother. Congratulations and well done on a fine piece of steel!!!
 

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That looks incredible. I'm jealous. :)

I love everything about that pistol. Congratulations. I'd carry it in a heartbeat. My EDC gun is a $3800 pistol.

Folks tell me "man, if you have to use that in a self-defense situation, it won't get treated well as it's kept as evidence".
If I have to shoot someone, God forbid, I figure the $3800 in that pistol will be the least of my problems.
 

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That looks incredible. I'm jealous. :)

I love everything about that pistol. Congratulations. I'd carry it in a heartbeat. My EDC gun is a $3800 pistol.

Folks tell me "man, if you have to use that in a self-defense situation, it won't get treated well as it's kept as evidence".
If I have to shoot someone, God forbid, I figure the $3800 in that pistol will be the least of my problems.
I hear you.

It’s a heavy carry pistol too though. I’m used subcompact polymers. I did carry a CCO 1911 for a while, but it had an aluminum frame.
 

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That looks incredible. I'm jealous. :)

I love everything about that pistol. Congratulations. I'd carry it in a heartbeat. My EDC gun is a $3800 pistol.

Folks tell me "man, if you have to use that in a self-defense situation, it won't get treated well as it's kept as evidence".
If I have to shoot someone, God forbid, I figure the $3800 in that pistol will be the least of my problems.
I’ve said the exact same thing about my Staccato “P” which I carry occasionally and friends say the exact same thing to me. I tell them God forbid I’m in that situation but, if I am losing the pistol is the last of my concerns. Main concern is if my family and I are ok and did the tool work reliably when needed to protect innocence.
 
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I’ve said the exact same thing about my Staccato “P” which I carry occasionally and friends say the exact same thing to me. I tell them God forbid I’m in that situation but, if I am losing the pistol is the last of my concerns. Main concern is if my family and I are ok and did the tool work reliably when needed to protect innocence.
Exactly. Also, I hate to say it, but there is a very good chance one will be sued too. The expense of the gun will be long forgotten when paying legal bills.
 
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