Smith & Wesson SW1911SC

By - Last updated: Wednesday, February 2, 2011 - Save & Share - One Comment


Users’ Rating

Rating: 6.0. From 56 votes.
Please wait...

Summary: The description, specs, MSRP and photos for Smith & Wesson’s SW1911SC.

Manufacturer’s Description

The SW1911SC, part of the Enhanced (E) series, is built on a scandium alloy frame with a black anodized finish. Chambered in .45 ACP, this pistol carries a stainless steel slide with either a black melonite or stainless finish.

Other features include:

  • An oversize extractor;
  • a combat ejection port;
  • a round butt;
  • tritium night sights;
  • a titanium firing pin;
  • a precision trigger;
  • a recessed muzzle;
  • wooden laminate grips;
  • an ambidextrous thumb safety;
  • texturing on rear of slide;
  • a seven-round flat-butt magazine and an eight round extended magazine;
  • fish-scale scalloped serrations on the slide; and
  • aggressive frame texturing.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Weight
.45 ACP 7+1, 8+1 4.25″ 7.95″ n/a 29.9 oz.


MSRP: $1,369

[ds query=’+Smith +Wesson +SW1911SC’]

One thought on “Smith & Wesson SW1911SC

  1. Ulithi

    I own one of these and find it to be every bit as good as any Kimber or Wilson I have been able to compare it with. The lower weight makes for easier carrying IWB.
    The recoil is nothing that can’t be dealt with especially with the very comfortable wood grips. My old model 70 went to Pachmayr rubber grips asap I fired it. I also put a curved grip safety on it so the thing wouldn’t bite me. This new model has all of that and more, especially the adjustable trigger (I admit I’d be more comfortable with some way to lock that adjustment and will probably have a gunsmith look into it.)
    Accuracy matches any kimber or wilson. There are NO FTF or FTE in the 1200 rounds I have fired so far. It may not be for carry because the thing is so good-looking I’d have a hrd time giving it up if I had to defend myself with it.

    0
    Be the first one to like this.
    Please wait...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.