Dan Wesson Discretion

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Dan Wesson Discretion pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

Dan Wesson‘s Discretion is a 1911-style pistol built on a forged steel frame with a flat-top steel slide, and chambered in .45 ACP or 9mm. Other features include:

  • A match-grade, stainless steel, extended, threaded barrel;
  • forward slide cuts to lighten the slide;
  • top lengthwise slide serrations to reduce glare;

    Dan Wesson Discretion right side photo

    The Discretion from the right.

  • an M1913 accessory rail;
  • a tall Trijicon tritium dot front sight designed to accomodate a suppressor;
  • a tall Trijicon tritium rear sight designed to accomodate a suppressor, with a notch, one centered dot, and a flat front so you can use it to run the slide on a belt one-handed if needed;
  • a tuned, skeletonized EGW trigger with a slight curve and grip serrations;
  • frontstrap and backstrap grip checkering (25 LPI);
  • a magwell funnel;
  • an upswept beavertail grip safety;
  • a left-side thumb safety;
  • a black finish on the frame and slide; and
  • two magazines.


The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
9mm 10+1 5.75″ 9.5″ 6″ 1.5″ 41.25 oz.
.45 ACP 8+1 5.75″ 9.5″ 6″ 1.5″ 41.25 oz.

MSRP: $2,142

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Dan Wesson Discretion left side photo

The Discretion from the left.

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