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Springfield Armory 911 Bi-Tone PG9109S 380 ACP

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
We liked the Springfield 911. Unlike the full-size 1911 it mimics, the Springfield is suited to carrying hammer down instead of cocked and locked, an important consideration for pocket carry. This is because the small size, light weight, and good handling make for a different geometry than full-size pistols.

Springfield Armory 911 Bi-Tone PG9109S 380 ACP

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Compact and reliable, the Springfield 911 pistol is a good pocket handgun. On the combat course, the Springfield pistol demonstrated the most felt recoil in the test.
We had good results in the past with the Rock Island 380 ACP pistol, left. Shown side by side with the 911, it’s easy to see how much smaller the Springfield is. It features G10 grips and an excellent front-strap treatment.
The 911’s mainspring housing offers an excellent grip surface when firing.

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