Mac 1911 bullseye for sale
Adjustable rear sight. Fiber optic front sight.
MetroArms M19BE45C MAC 1911 Bullseye 8+1 .45 ACP 6"
Extended Beavertail. Picatinny rail.
Frame mounted safety. Checkered wood grips. Name : MA Iver Johnson has been reborn and currently produces a full line of impressively updated firearms! Feature enhanced beavertail safety, skeletonized trigger, crisp trigger, extended safety lever, beveled magazine well. Serrated slide. Checkered grips. Blued slide and frame. Iver Johnson Arms is a Series 70 pistol which means there is no firing pin block and comes with a flat, serrated, steel mainspring housing to hold up to the rigors of an everyday shooter.
The Sphinx compact pistol is a duty-sized pistol for the most discerning shooters. This firearm features a full aluminum lower frame, which gives it unparalleled balance, and can adapt to virtually LWRCI modular, one-piece, free-float standard rail. NiCorr-treated DI gas block. LWRCI A2 flash hider. Type III hard-coat anodized finish on This handgun features a 3. Returns Policy You may return most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. We'll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.
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Current Stock:xx. Long-slide handguns began as expensive custom propositions, and most factory long-slide renditions are likewise costly. The MAC logo was stamped on either side of the slide at the rear. The MAC required a long break in and did not function properly with target loads until the recoil spring was changed to a lighter weight.
There were no failures to feed with the MAC, but we did encounter several short-cycle malfunctions. With 1. Initial examination of the pistol revealed excellent fit, finish, and attention to detail. There were no tool marks, polishing marks, or blemishes of any type on the hard-chrome finish. The slide featured a combination of rear and forward cocking serrations, the latter being handy for verifying a loaded chamber prior to shooting a timed course of fire.
There were four cocking serrations forward and five to the rear on each side of the slide. The rear sight was a fully adjustable Kensight, a reputable choice. The front sight was a dovetailed post that held a fiber-optic tube. The ejection port was a modern type with plenty of clearance.
The extractor was tool steel finished in blue. The top of the slide was finished in the flat-top style once used on the Colt Gold Cup, and begun, we believe, by the Randall Company. The pistol looks right with the flat-top slide. Left, with full-power grain loads, the Metro Arms Bullseye gun gave good results. The hard-chromed MAC pistol was a joy to fire because of its long slide. The MAC had excellent balance when we fired it off hand as well.
The barrel was a bushingless lock-up type and was very tight. One of the raters noted that from his frame of reference, the MAC locks up as tightly as his personal Springfield TRP, a high standard of fit. It took some effort to unlock the slide.
Its ramped barrel supplies cartridge case support. The hammer was skeletonized and nicely serrated. While adjustable sights often interfere with manually cocking a hammer, this is the best answer to the situation. The slide-lock safety was ambidextrous good fit and a tight indent. The slide lock was a standard size, which all of our raters prefer. The upswept beavertail safety was well designed with a pronounced memory groove. The grip safety releases its hold on the trigger about halfway into compression of the grip safety.
The fit of the grip safety and the design are ideal for all-round use, we thought. The grips were a semi webbed pattern we found attractive. They offered good adhesion when firing.
The mainspring housing was nicely checkered. The front strap offered custom-grade checkering clearly defined near the top by a nicely cut border. There are two things that many shooters will like about the trigger action. There was little take-up and no creep. This was as good a factory trigger action as we can remember. The trigger offered excellent serrations on the face for control. The trigger face, front strap, and mainspring housing were all nicely finished to give good adhesion, but none were abrasive.
There was no firing-pin lock or drop safety, like found on the Series The pistol featured a magazine funnel, another plus for competition use. The raters who had not fired a long-slide were surprised by the natural point and balance, but they noted the pistol was much slower when drawn from a Blackhawk belt slide. But this is simply the nature of the beast. Once the pistol was up and in two hands, it tracked well between multiple targets.
In long firing strings, the front sight simply hung on the target, making follow-up shots easier. During the initial break-in period with full-power grain ball, our team experienced several failures of the pistol to go into battery, and even a few in which the slide did not fully close on loading the first round. We cleaned what appeared to be preservative grease from the slide and rails and lubricated the pistol with standard gun oil.
The pistol eventually functioned reliably, but only after we fired rounds for the break in.
.45 ACP 8+1 - Hardwood/Blued
There were no feed problems with the JHP loads, but the pistol was slow to cycle, with numerous failures to lock into battery during the break-in period. The MAC features a fiber-optic front sight and a nicely done, smooth slide top. The well-designed beavertail grip safety and checkered back strap offered a positive hold on the firearm. The MAC proved to be an excellent performer in tactical shooting as well as bullseye shooting, we thought.
We fired the pistol with three loads that have previously demonstrated good accuracy. During the firing test off a solid bench, we experienced a short cycle with the grain target load. Also, some experimentation with recoil-spring weights was in order. We changed the recoil spring to an pound Wilson Combat spring, which allowed the gun to function with the grain target load.