Springfield Armory 911 .380ACP - Black

Springfield Armory 911 .380ACP - Black

Springfield Armory 911 .380ACP - Black
Springfield Armory 911 .380ACP - Black
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SKU PG9109
Manufacturer Part Number PG9109
UPC Code 706397916176
Caliber .380 ACP

Springfield Armory’s 911 .380 is the perfect pistol for your EVERY day carry. The lightweight 7075 T6 aluminum frame and black Nitride 416 steel slide measure 5.5 inches long and less then 4 inches high, with a snag-free profile that’s undetectable under clothing. Springfield’s Octo-Grip™ front strap texturing ensures a secure grip and is complimented by a G10 Octo-Grip™ textured mainspring housing. G10 Thin-line grips and a short reset, crisp 5-pound G10 trigger shoe by Hogue® come together to give the feel of shooting a full-sized firearm. Designed for life-saving defensive use at close range, the 911 features an ambidextrous safety and is perfectly matched with an Ameriglo® Pro-Glo™ green tritium front sight inside a yellow luminescent circle, and a tactical rack rear sight with green tritium inside of white luminescent circles. Approved for the most advanced and modern .380 defensive ammunition, the 911 comes with a flush 6-round and 7-round extended magazine.

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Greg Meyer

Jul 13, 2018

Top Gun is an excellent business that provided me with what I asked for in a timley manner, and at the best price. My negative experience in no way reflects on them. However, the Springfield 911 was quite a disappointment. The trigger was heavy and vague, quite the opposite from what I'd read in the reviews. The thumb safety was rough to opperate, and felt to be rubbing in something that made its function uncertain. The right lever of the "ambi" safety pinched my right index finger with my hand in shooting position, and this interferrence made taking the gun off safe uncertain. The first thing you do when you get a new gun is to field strip it, right? When I did this, and attempted to put it back together, I depressed the ejector as it says to do in the manual, and as we've learned to do with the Colt Mustang. The ejector dropped down into the mag well and dangled there, obviously unattached from where it should have been. No gentle efforts to put it back into place worked, and inserting the mag, which is how you do it with the Colt, didn't work either. In fact, the magazine would not reinsert. So it's back to Springfield for, as they said, two to four weeks of waiting for repair or replacement, then I guess we'll see what goes wrong next with the 911. I insist on havin absolute confidence in my carry guns. That this one failed before I even had a chance to fire it doesn't speak too well for Springfield, or the 911.
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