Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Cabot Guns Naked 1911 pistol.
The Cabot Guns Naked 1911 is a stripped down 1911-style semiauto pistol built on a 416 stainless billet steel frame with a 416 stainless billet steel slide, and chambered in .45 ACP. Other features include:
- Hand fitting between the frame and slide;
- a 5″ national match barrel crowned flush with the bushing;
- a full-length guide rod with a hand polished end;
- a polished feed ramp;
- a lowered and flared ejection port;
- a 15.5 lb. recoil spring;
- a matte stainless finish (black nitride is optional);
- a smooth front strap;
- a contoured, high-cut and relieved trigger guard;
- Cabot’s CG logo engraved on the slide’s rear;
- a left-side thumb safety constructed from billet steel;
- an aluminum tristar trigger with a 3.5–4 lb. pull;
- a beveled and chamfered magwell;
- a low-mount fixed rear sight (an adjustable sight is optional);
- a white-dot front sight (fitted/inserted from the slide’s front instead of dovetailed);
- a beavertail grip safety contstructed from billet steel;
- G-10 Fibonacci-spiral grips (checkered walnut grips are optional); and
- Cabot’s eight-round magazine.
Other options include G-10 tactile grips, walnut Fibonacci-spiral grips, tritium sights and a gold bead front sight. Cabot says you can also order this gun in commander size.
Order this gun through Cabot, or its dealers.