Rock Island Armory 1911 Standard GI .45 ACP
Rock Island Armory 1911 Standard GI .45 ACP

Rock Island Armory 1911 Standard GI .45 ACP Pistol | New Product

The Rock Island armory 1911 Standard GI, chambered in .45 ACP, is the perfect pistol for the first-time shooter and experienced collector.

The 1911 Standard GI from Rock Island Armory, chambered in .45 ACP, is the perfect pistol for the first-time shooter and experienced collector. This weapon features smooth wood grips, a parkerized frame and slide, and fixed front & rear sights. In addition, the 1911 Standard GI in .45 ACP has an eight-round magazine capacity and a five inch (127 millimeters) barrel with a 1 in 16 inch length of twist. This gun, which weighs 2.47 pounds (1.12 kilograms) unloaded and 2.84 pounds (1.29 kilograms) loaded, has an overall length of 8.56 inches (217.2 millimeters), and a height of 5.5 inches (139.7 millimeters). Simply put, this is a tough, durable weapon suitable for a number of different applications. See below for additional details.

Specifications: Rock Island Armory 1911 Standard GI .45 ACP Pistol

-Caliber: .45 ACP
-Capacity: 8 Rounds
-Front Sight: Fixed
-Rear Sight: Fixed
-Unloaded Weight: 2.47 Pounds/1.12 Kilograms
-Loaded Weight: 2.84 Pounds/1.29 Kilograms
-Length: 8.56 Inches/217.2 Millimeters
-Height: 5.5 Inches/139.7 Millimeters
-Grips: Smooth Wood
-Frame: Parkerized
-Slide: Parkerized
-Barrel Length: 5 Inches/127 Millimeters
-Number of Grooves: 6 Grooves
-Trigger Pull: 4-6 Pounds (1.81 to 2.72 Kilograms)
-Length of Twist: 1 in 16″

Rock Island Armory, a leading M1911 manufacturer and developer, operates under the world famous Armscor brand. In addition to the GI series, the company also manufactures several different pistols, shotguns, rifles, ammunition, gear and accessories. For more information about the Rock Island Armory 1911 Standard GI chambered in .45 ACP, please visit us.armscor.com

Load Comments
  • Dr. Daniel Jackson

    RIA’s make a good 1911 for beginners,they are cheap(can be found as low as $400 maybe lower if you look hard) ,they are pretty reliable,but they don’t have the greatest accuracy.I do like that they got me into higher end 1911’s though.(you won’t regret it)