Nighthawk T3 Thin

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the Nighthawk T3 Thin pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Nighthawk T3 Thin is a 1911-style pistol built on a steel Officer-size frame with a Commander-size slide (an aluminum frame is available upon request). It’s chambered in .45 ACP, .40 SW or 9mm.

Nighthawk says the new thin T3 grips give you all the attributes of the regular T3 in a lighter, easier to conceal package.

Also new: an ultra-high cut under the trigger guard. Nighthawk has added an additional seven lines of checkering because of this new cut. You may find you don’t need the extended magazine well due to the new cut, which puts your hand much higher in the grip. If so, just tell Nighthawk when you order.

For those with large hands, the T3 Thin features an extended magazine well that gives you the length you need to get all your fingers on the grip. The extension’s hand-cut geometric angles also add to the looks, and the tapered cut allows you to easily remove a stuck magazine.

Heinie Slant-Pro Straight Eights Night Sights come standard. The mainspring housing, as well as the rear of the slide, are horizontally serrated to match. The top of the slide is serrated to reduce glare. The lightweight aluminum trigger has been blacked-out and breaks between 3.5 lbs. and 4 lbs.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Width Height Weight
.45 ACP, .40 SW, 9mm n/a 4.25″ 7.875 n/a 5.125″ 2 lb., 3.5 oz. w/steel frame


MSRP: $3,400

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One thought on “Nighthawk T3 Thin

  1. Sgt. nelson

    I swear by mine. Pricey, no doubt! But worth it. mine shoots like a laser, and goes bang when I pull the trigger. In fact I now carry it as my duty CC and personal CC. I do have big ‘ol donkey hands, so the thin grips suit me well

    NN

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