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Item Name: FS ♦ SPRINGFIELD PROFESSIONAL ♦ " The F.B.I. 1911"

Location: Atlanta, GA

Item is for: Sale Only

Sale Price: $3,050 shipped CONUS

Caliber: .45acp

Item Description:

- Original owner

- Correct box and Custom shop certificate

- 6 tuned mags which came with the pistol

- Bone stock

- No Trades

(FBI SWAT pistol).

The Professional is a full custom pistol that begins with a national match frame which has the oversized slide rails cut into the frame in our Geneseo machine shop. It uses all custom parts, including the Springfield Custom tool steel hammer & sear, SA Match barrel & bushing, S&A mag well, Wilson ambi thumb safety, Novak low mount rear sight, dovetail front sight, match skeletonized trigger, standard guide rodsystem, and 6 specially tuned Metalform 7 round magazines. These pistols are hand assembled by custom gunsmiths in our Geneseo custom shop, under the supervision of master gunsmith David Williams. The Professional models meet or exceed all specifications of the FBI SWAT contract, including the accuracy requirement of 1.5" or better at 25 yards with RemingtonGolden Saber ammunition. The civilian pistols and the FBI pistols are built at the same time, with the gunsmiths never knowing whether a civilian or FBI agent will be using the pistol. These pistols are built approx. every 45 days, with the FBI order being filled first and civilian orders getting all of the remaining from the production run. These pistols do not have front cocking serrations or full length guide rods because the FBI chose not to have these features on their pistols. (Front cocking serrations catch on clothing and full length guide rods require additional tools for disassembly.) These pistols are finished with the Black T finish done by Walter Birdsong in MS.









 

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When was this manufactured? What is the round count and general condition? The photos seem to show some holster wear, correct?
 

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When was this manufactured? What is the round count and general condition? The photos seem to show some holster wear, correct?
Please review ad and pics again. It will answer some of your questions.

PM for more info. Thanks for the interest.
 
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