Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photo and user ratings for the Olympic Arms Journeyman pistol.
The Journeyman is a 1911-style pistol chambered in .45 ACP and built by Schuetzen Pistol Works, a division of Olympic Arms. It’s built on a full-size frame with a shortened (4″), 416 stainless steel barrel. Features include:
- A satin bead blast finish on the frame;
- a black parkerized finish on the slide;
- a round frame trigger guard;
- double-diamond, checkered, exotic wood grips.
Additional features found on the Journeyman and all Olympic 1911s include:
- A matched frame and slide;
- an individually fitted and head-spaced barrel;
- a complete ramp and throat job;
- a lowered and widened ejection port;
- a beveled mag well;
- hand-stoned-to-match hammer and sear;
- a lightweight long-shoe over-travel adjusted trigger;
- a shaped and tensioned extractor;
- an extended thumb safety;
- a wide beavertail grip safety;
- an adjustable rear sight;
- a dovetail front sight; and
- a full length guide rod.
The parts are hand selected and fitted. You can choose your mainspring housing and rear sight at no extra charge. The mainspring housing is Smith & Alexander, checkered to 20 LPI with the choice of flat or arched. For your rear sight, you can choose LPA adjustable or Heinie Slant-pro fixed.
Olympic says every pistol is test-fired with military hardball, major power factor LSWC and JHP ammunition.
|.45 ACP||7+1||4″||7.75″||5.5″||35 oz. empty|
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