The 1991 Government 45 ACP is a tribute to the revered Government Model pistols of the past. It features the Series 70 firing system, National Match match barrel, staked on front sight, notched rear sight and spurred hammer. The 5-inch barrel is chambered in .45 ACP and fed by a 7-round magazine. Safeties include a thumb safety and a grip safety. The grips are beautiful Rosewood. The 1991 Government is purely and simply a Colt 1911.
|Manufacturer Part Number||O1911CSS|
|Caliber||45 Auto (ACP)|
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