STI Total Eclipse

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Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for STI’s Total Eclipse pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

STI‘s Total Eclipse model is a double-stack 1911 chambered in 9mm, .40 SW or .45 ACP. Based on continuing discussions with undercover LEO agents, the STI Total Eclipse is a compact steel framed 2011 pistol with everything anyone needs in a backup pistol and twice the capacity. When STI’s Shadow model received such overwhelmingly positive reception, they sat down and came up with the Total Eclipse.

The classic slide measures 3″ in length with rear cocking serrations & standard STI oversized ejection port. The 2 dot tritium night sights have been recessed into the slide and, along with the integral sight channel, provide the perfect compromise between easy sight acquisition and snag free carry. The STI Total Eclipse is built on the patented 2011 platform, with a steel frame and the most concealable 2011 high-capacity polymer grip yet.

The controls include STI’s single sided blued thumb safety and STI’s bobbed, high-rise, blued, knuckle relief beavertail grip safety. The barrel is a 3″ fully supported STI ramped bull barrel. The STI Total Eclipse comes standard with an STI RecoilMaster guide rod system, STI commander hammer, and patented STI International trigger system.

All external features are KG coated black.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Weight
9mm, .40 SW, .45 ACP n/a 3″ 7″ n/a 23.1 oz.


MSRP: $1,825

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