Compact and Reliable Springfield Armory 911 .380 ACP Semi-Auto Pocket Pistol
Springfield Armory’s 911 proved that a pocket pistol could fit in your hand and shoot with the familiarity of the legendary 1911 platform. The Alpha in .380 ACP maintains the quality and handling characteristics the gun is known for.
An optimized design creates a uniquely comfortable, intuitive, and accurate shooting experience for a pistol of its size. Also a crisp, five-pound, polymer trigger with a short-reset ensures a light yet responsive pull for reassuring precision, while the loaded-chamber indicator provides a visual and tactile indicator of the gun’s condition. Also the extended thumb safety encourages easy manipulation of the safety under life-threatening situations where fine motor skills can be compromised under stress. A fiber-optic front sight and white, two-dot rear sight allows for quick and clear target acquisition.
We have Best Gun brands. To keep the gun invisible until needed, the frame measures 5.5-inches long and less than four inches high, with a smooth profile that’s undetectable under clothing. Also the new 911 Alpha is crafted of 7075 T6 hard-coat anodized aluminum, the same material used in combat-ready firearms like Springfield’s renowned Saint AR-15 rifles and pistols. Though Cross Cannon polymer grips and vertical line texturing on the front strap and mainspring housing provide additional traction and a secure hold on the pistol. Also the 2.7-inch, 416R stainless barrel gives this small gun amazing accuracy at greater than confrontation distance. A full-length guide rod with flat wire spring enhances control and softens recoil.
Springfield Armory 911 Specifications and Features:
- UPC: 706397916183
- Model: PG9108
- Caliber: .380 ACP
- Length: 2.7″
- Twist: 1:16
- Barrel: 416R Stainless Steel
- Overall Length: 5.5″
- Height: 3.9″
- Weight: 12.6 oz
- Frame: 7075 T6 Hard-Coat Anodized Aluminum
- Slide: 416 Stainless Steel, Black Nitride
- Safety: Manual Safety
- Action: Single Action Only
Includes One Six-Round Magazine