Savage Arms is proud to announce the latest addition to its handgun line-up, the Savage 1911 Government Style Models. Built for tough use and unmatched accuracy, Savage’s 1911s bring modern technology to a time tested platform and deliver reliability, accuracy and performance that will stand out amongst competitive offerings.
Savage ended 2021 with the introduction of Stance, a micro-compact 9mm handgun. A year later in 2022, we’re ending strong yet again in the handgun arena with the launch of the Savage 1911 Government Style Models. We’re extremely excited to introduce this iconic firearm bearing the Savage name.
Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms
This revolutionary firearm is built to the demanding standards of accuracy and reliability that have come to define Savage Arms across platforms and categories. With features offering optimal performance for all shooting enthusiasts, this classic gun gets the ultimate Savage treatment.
I’ve worked in the firearms Industry for over 30 years and started my career as a professional shooter.
This Savage 1911 is as real as they come and shoots better than any production 1911 I’ve handled during my 30 plus years in this industry.
Rob Gates, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Savage Arms
With a look that pays homage to the classic design, the Savage 1911 has a dual recoil spring and machined sear and disconnector, a nitride coated titanium firing pin and weighs in at just over 2 LBS with a 5” barrel length. Finishes range from black melonite to stainless steel and the Savage 1911 is sure to be 2023’s leading single-action pistol.
Savage 1911 features include:
5” Stainless Steel Barrel Machined from Billet with 11º Target Crown
Ambidextrous Slide lock Safety
Dual Recoil Spring with Fully Machined Sear and Hammer
Ejection Port Lowered, Flared and Cut for Live Round Ejection
Forged Stainless Steel Frame and Slide
Nirtide Coated Titanium Firing Pin
Novak® Lo-Mount Adjustable Tritium Bar Rear Sight and Tritium Mega Dot Glow Dome™ Yellow Front Sight (Rail & Two-Tone Versions)