Turnbull Government Model 1911 – WWI

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$2,625.00

Log Number: DT3802 - DT3553 Category:

Description

 2 Remaining in Stock!

The gun listed is a Turnbull Manufactured US Army stamped WWI 1911.  With 2 left in stock, they will go fast.  For more questions or availability, please call.

These accurate reproductions of the iconic 1911 closely replicates the look and feel of 1911 pistols built during WWI.  Pistol is hand polished before our classic charcoal blue finish is applied.

  •  5 inch barrel
  •  WWI style 1911 sight with semi-circle notch
  •  Short, wide spur hammer with standard checkering
  •  Safety lock is an early style with a knurled undercut thumb-piece
  •  American Black Walnut hand checkered, double diamond grips
  •  WWI style ejection port
  •  Solid one piece steel trigger
  •  Turnbull Turning Bull trademark on left of slide behind serrations
  •  Doug Turnbull inspector stamp
  •  Includes 2 two-tone magazines
  •  Available in .45 ACP

Options/Upgrades include choice of roll marks & patent dates, engraving, grips, and lanyard loop mainspring housing.  This gun can have the markings from the Army, Navy or Marines rolled onto the slide.

All components are made in the U.S.A

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Additional information

Log Number DT3802 - DT3553
Weight 36 oz
Inventory Status

Current Inventory

Types

Make

Turnbull

Model

1911

Serial Number

T00385

Action

Semi-Automatic

Caliber

.45 ACP

Barrel Length

5"

Grips

Double diamond American Black Walnut grips

Sights

Standard WWI

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1 review for Turnbull Government Model 1911 – WWI

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bobby G. Ellis

    I got two of these a few months back. The FFL dealer I had them shipped to is also an accomplished gunsmith. While I was completing the 4473 he was checking out the pistols. His final determination was for the fit, finish, trigger pull and overall outstanding quality they were a bargain. He said he couldn’t build one of the same quality at the price I paid ($2,500.00+) per pistol.
    Now several months later I finely made it to the range to break them in. Most, but not all, new 1911 style pistols I’ve owned in the past have had to have a break in period; not these. Not the first malfunction and accuracy was as good as my 60 year old eyes could make it be. Younger eyes could do better.
    As a LEO I have carried 1911s off and on since the early 80s. I’ll be carrying these as I close out my law enforcement years.
    If you want a great 1911 get a Turnbull. Put up that old 1911 that was made anywhere between the 19teens and the 1940s and get the old school look made from better materials on better machinery and buy it from Doug.

    • Sara Turnbull

      Mr. Ellis, thank you for sharing your experience with us. We are so happy to hear that your Turnbull 1911 exceeded your expectations. I’ll be sure to share your comment with the gunsmiths!

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