DAN WESSON 1911 TCP 45 ACP
DAN WESSON 1911 TCP. This 1911 features a compact slide with top rib to reduce glare and aggressive serrations. Features a stainless match grade bull barrel. The u-notch rear sight is serrated, the front sight has a brass bead. Textured panels on a taper grip give shooters with small hands an easier reach to the trigger. Made in the USA.
Caliber Info: .45 ACP.
Chambers: Semi-auto 8+1.
Metal Condition: Direct from factory, very good minor cosmetic blemish uneven bluing near trigger guard.
Wood Condition: Factory direct grips are in excellent shape.
Bore Condition: Direct from factory, excellent rifling.
Barrels : 4″ Stainless match grade.
Triggers: Skeletonized, flat, single action only.
Stock: Forged aluminum frame with black G10 grip panels, and an accessory rail.
7.6 inches overall.
Weight: 32 Oz.
Sights: Brass front bead with U notch rear.
Extras: Factory hard case, two eight round factory magazines, takedown tool, factory paperwork.
Guide to Safety DAN WESSON 1911 TCP:
One of your most critical responsibilities is to keep your adeals arkansas securely put away. It’s a profession that requires your whole attention. Always store your firearm and ammo in separate, secure locations where children and other uninvited visitors cannot access them.
When not in use, keep your pistol secured and unloaded. Always keep your weapon secured and out of the hands of intruders. This is for your own and other people’s protection. Keep your gun secured, unloaded, and out of reach at all times. For additional information on how to maintain a warehouse safe, see the “Safe Storage and Transportation” section below.
Handling a Gun and Trigger Safely:
- Never assume that a gun is unloaded.
- No one should ever raise a gun at another person.
- Before pulling the trigger, be sure your finger is totally straight and not on the trigger.
- Load the rifle only when you’re ready to fire.
- Before loading and firing, make sure the barrel is clean of anything.
- If the gun does not fire when you pull the trigger, keep it in the firing position for a few seconds before gently emptying it while directing the muzzle away from yourself.