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The military needed a deadlier handgun round than the .38 Long Colt being used at the turn of the century and wanted it to utilize a .45 caliber bullet. The Army had a long history with forty-five caliber cartridges, with the Single Action Army revolver (SAA) being used for many years
If you glance in the gun cabinet of many gun enthusiasts, you’ll likely see at least one 1911 pistol. Many people own more than one because as far as pistols go, they are accurate, reliable, and pleasant on the eyes.
In fact, if you were to look at one of Colt’s current offerings, the Model 70 ($900), it’s as close to the original M1911A1 as you can possibly get. It’s as if it came out of the factory in 1924 when the 1911 was first reworked into the A1
The guns at this level are NOT exceptional guns, but ones that will do the job and get better with a minimal amount of work. These are for people who want a 1911 but cannot afford to go out and buy an expensive, ready to roll out of the box, uber expensive 1911
Sure, it needs some loving if you’re a little spoiled by other makers…but it went bang every time and when I did my part…hit all the plates. They are designed by Armscor and manufactured in the Philippines. A full review of the GI model here
The Colt Gold Cup ($1400) series has tons of aggressive checkering on both the front and back strap, adjustable rear sights, and a fiber optic front sight. Couple that with a match barrel and you’ve got something that will out shoot you any day
There are many 1911s that fall into this price range, with some costing several thousands of dollars. This is the price point where custom makers begin to enter the market with absolutely gorgeous firearms with bells and whistles
We wanted to include a 9mm single-stack 1911 on the list. Originally, I went with the STI Trojan, which has sadly been discontinued. Nothing else I’ve shot has beaten it yet, so if you can find one used, go for it!
It’s a handgun designed with combatives in mind. The Master Class is most certainly a gun designed with a mission. From the sights to the trigger and beyond, the gun is modernized and perfected for combat
Then, of course, there are guns that we’d all love to have, but would never take to the range to shoot simply because they cost as much as the things sitting in our driveway to get us from place to place.
One such gun manufacturer is Cabot. Cabot’s guns start with an MSRP in the $3,200 range, and travel up to 4.5 million dollars for a pair of meteorite-made 1911s, with every imaginable price in between.
While that may be true, they also tend to hold their value better than any of the other production 1911 builders. Furthermore, there are plenty of Colt 1911s available in the $800-900 range. And you don’t have to go too far to look for them
Colt is one of the few firearms makers in existence who is still capable of selling you a firearm with the ability to resell it down the road and make money off it. All in all, you get the best bang for your buck when you purchase a Colt 1911.
I've got to second what LTC C said earlier. I was shocked to see that your list of the "Best 1911's for the Money" didn't include any Dan Wessons! You can't touch the quality of a DW without spending $500-$1000 more. When I went shopping for a 'higher-end' 1911, I compared the DW Valor to Wilson Combat, Nighthawk, Ed Brown, STI, Les Baer, and a couple others. The Valor compared favorably to any of them, at a considerably lower price. Ended up with the Valor, and have since acquired DW's in CCO-size (Valkyrie) and Officer's-size (ECO). The ECO is an absolute gem! I've got 1911's from Colt, Sig, and Les Baer, but think the DW's were the best bang-for-the-buck. I know of at least a couple guys who, after shooting a Valor, went & sold their 1911's (a Kimber and a Springfield) to get a DW! No list of best-value 1911's at moderate prices is complete without a Dan Wesson or three on it!
Nice list of options. Kinda hilarious that you'd question the viability of a bare bones RIA as a duty weapon. Compared to the rattletrap stovepiping, shot-out Colts that I was issued in the Navy in the late 80s, my $399 (on sale, in 2008) RIA is a dream. A couple thousand rounds in and nary a hiccup. Nice slide fit. Better trigger than any striker fired plastic fantastic. Plenty accurate and hits point of aim with basic fixed sites. Shouldda bought 10 of em, as they seem to be unobtainium now. You can pay a crap-ton more, but unless you're a competitor or a fashionista, the rewards are questionable
Great list! If I may add, Dan Wesson Valor gives you Wilson Combat, Les Baer, and Ed Brown level fit and quality at a better price. I've owned them all at one time or another, and it's hard to justify $3,000, when $1700 +/- will get you the same. If you are willing to accept MIM parts, then Kimber's current crop of government models in. 45 ACP are hard to beat for around $800 +/-. I've had feeding problems with other calibers. Sadly, every Colt I've handled in the last five years simply did not have the same quality slide to frame, grip safety and barrel fit. I just can't justify buying a current Colt, unless I hand selected it in person
The RIA 1911s are sturdy and eat anything you put in them. Maybe 4-5 FTE in ~2000rds with my Ultra FS and those duds were with the alum cases. No issues with reloads but it does tend to ding to cases. I'm not a competition guy of any sort but for the hobbyist I would definitely recommend the RIAs
Thanks for review - very useful. Putting the dollars aside - would you prefer the Wilson Combat CQB Tactical or the Vickers Tactical Master Class (you mentioned lots of Wilson parts), with accuracy and quality as criteria? Thanks
I am a Marine Officer from Vietnam flew the old UH 34, lost it on Hwy One north of Danang - -also lost my 1911A1. I realize I will never see that particular weapon again, but was rather good with it in my hand. I am now 76 yrs old and looking for something comparable -Can you help me. Thank you for your time
Have a Rock Island 1911 GI in 9MM that I picked up used for a couple hundred. It must have been babied because it looked like it had hardly been shot. I love it at the range. Shoots flawlessly and on the point every time. And it looks and feels so retro
Hi, have you guys tried the Rock Island TAC ULTRA FS HC? It's a 1911 in 45 cal that is a double stack! I've always been a 1911 fan (prior service) so when I wanted to get back into shooting after a very long lay off, I went looking for a 1911. The biggest drag has always been the seven round capablity. And since this isn't a carry weapon, the RI TAC ULTRA FS HC is perfect!
Hmmm, I currently own 6 1911s and am always open to more. Curious you don't see more value in Ruger. I have two 1911s that I alternate between for EDC: a Ruger LW Commander and a Sig Ultra Compact - both in 45ACP and both with Crimson Trace Master series Lasergrips. Neither has ever failed to feed, fire and eject. I keep the LaserGrips sighted to point of impact at 10 yards and have use either Federal HST or Sig Ammo both JHP. Oh, and I open carry them (I'm old with less mobility in my shoulders and more girth in my belly than in my salad days) as do many others in my state as (Georgia) allows for both open and concealed carry
I got into pistols by producing a bunch of videos for Rob Leatham. After a day of work he let me shoot his competition 1911 and I was hooked. Since he is a Springfield guy and kind of knowledgable I decided to buy a Springfield RO Elite Target in 9mm. It was my first pistol purchase! I have since shot lots of 1911’s in various price ranges and there just isnt any noticeable difference from my Sub $1k RO Elite to a $4k Wilson or similar! Around 5k rounds through it and the only hiccups were a bad box of cheap reload ammo and one time I didnt have a good weak-hand-only grip on the gun. It is way more accurate than I am! If I concentrate I can do 2” groups at 15 yards which is about the limit of my eyesight. Fit and finish are incredible even after the years I have been shooting it. I will have this gun til it gets passed down to my sons....through my will! I know this article was 1911 specific but I recently added a Staccato P duo 2011 with a Delta Point red dot. Trigger is a touch nicer than my Springfield but only a touch! It is a fantastic modernization of the 1911 design. The added capacity and the optic are nice...it is a great cousin to my Springfield! And it provides further proof of what an incredible bargain the Springfield RO Elite really is!
Would seriously recommend that the author try out a Dan Wesson of any variety, but especially a Specialist in 9mm. Some people will call a non-45 1911 blasphemy, but then....they’ll always be more accurate in first and follow shots. Wesson knows how to tune a 9mm 1911, and....short of a Wilson/Night Hawk, Wessons are the best non-custom 1911s out there....no caveats
The Colt Gold Cup I've owned 4 and shot one. A 1968 made and it was high mileage, but flawless in reliability. The others were bought and sold new ashame I know. But life is short, so I bought a Les Baer today and must shoot the gun because you don't make money if new, you lose opportunity in firing the baby
I bought my Cold Gold Cup 45 in 1980 while on active duty. I love it and it is and always will be my favorite. This gun is looking like it came out of the box after thousands of rounds being fired through it