Browning Black Label 1911-380: new on AllOutdoor

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6 Responses to Browning Black Label 1911-380: new on AllOutdoor

  1. David E says:

    This could be a fun trainer for smaller persons and responsible teens. My son might like this one.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      Now that I’ve shot the 380, I plan on re-visiting the 22. Originally, I was put off by the reduced size sights, but it turned out they work just fine.

      • John Gillette says:

        It probably solves the problems involved in reducing a full-size 1911 in caliber only to .380. It’s probably as reliable or more reliable to the older hidden hammer Browning design Pocket Colts.

        It’s a beauty.

        If it came in 9mm at the size I’d go for one. (Having seen just how far 380 can go when nd’d, if it was all that was available, I’d use it, just don’t need another caliber to reload in. )

  2. j.r. guerra in s. tx. says:

    Now THAT is a nice little pistol most 1911 owners could learn to love, even if the ‘mouse gun’ round is involved.

  3. atp says:

    The earlier model Browning 1911-22 I handled was VERY cute and handy, but its trigger was overly heavy. Are the triggers on these newer Black Label models reliably better? I am seriously considering buying one, but at over $500 for a .22 pistol, the trigger and sights should Just Work. If it also came with the slide milled for some sort of decent, compact, low-mounted red dot reflex sight, I’d order one immediately.

  4. I wonder when they will be available!

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