1911, Baron Engraving finish and scroll work make for an impressive package.
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Davidson’s just announced of a highly embellished Government Model pistol, one sure to grab the attention Colt fans. A partnership between Colt and Baron Engraving, the resulting Samuel Colt Limited Edition 1911 becomes an instant collector.

Samuel Colt Limited Edition 1911

The pistol utilizes the famed Series-70 design. Based on an O1911C Government Classic model, the pistol chambers the familiar .45 Auto cartridge.

Then Baron stepped in to make the pistol truly unique. It features elaborate scroll and vice acid etching on the top, left, and right side of the slide. Gold plating depicts the rampant pony logo. The top of the slide also includes a bust of Samuel Colt. The phrase “God Created Man, Colonel Colt Made Them Equal,” helps set off the package. Finally, the iconic “Onion Dome” and custom black pearlite grips, along with an extra set of double-diamond grips, round out the package.

From the famous Colt "Onion Dome" to the rampant pony, the pistol comes well appointed.

“Even in extremely unusual market conditions, Davidson’s is proud to continue to be an innovator and creator of distinctive exclusive firearms”, said Kane Cannedy, VP of Purchasing for Davidson’s. “We thrive on our relationships with our vendors and the ongoing partnership between Davidson’s, Colt, and Baron Engraving is a reflection of this commitment.”

The first run of blued pistols will stop at a run of 500. A stainless finished model will also follow. Lastly, MSRP comes in at $2,199.99. For more information, please visit davidsonsinc.com, or galleryofguns.com.

Samuel Colt Limited Edition 1911 Specs

  • Caliber: .45 Auto
  • Finish: High-Polish Blue (slide, frame, hardware, bushing, slide stop, grip screws)
  • Magazine Capacity: 7 rounds
  • Barrel: 5-inch Match Grade
  • Sights: Fixed GI
  • MSRP: $2,199.99

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