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6 Best Double-Stack 1911s of 2023 [All Budgets]

Ever wished 1911s came with more rounds? Well, we have some recommendations for you with a list of double stack 1911s that will pump up your round count.

    Run-of-the-mill 1911s…I can’t say I love them.

    I like them, but, let’s be real, they offer few advantages for the hefty weight and low capacity.

    Three 1911s
    A couple of 1911s

    My little Sig Sauer P365 holds more rounds and is less than half the size. 

    This conversation changes whenever someone brings up double-stack 1911s, though. Now that is a gun I can get behind.

    The single-action trigger combined with a butt-ton of ammo in an all-metal frame is a great idea to me. 

    Staccato Double XC
    Soo pretty!

    Double-stack 1911s are a niche weapon compared to striker-fired plastic fantastics. Even compared to normal 1911s, they are rare.

    However, we’ve gathered the best of the best in the double-stack 1911 realm. 

    But before we dive into which models we think you should add to your wish list, we’ll talk about why you would even consider a double-stack 1911.

    So let’s get to it!

    Summary of Our Top Picks

    1. Best All-Around

      Staccato P

      These guns are fast, accurate, and most importantly, reliable.

    2. Best 10mm

      Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded 10mm

      If you want to pack some extra punch by moving up to 10mm, these give you alot of of bang for your buck.

    3. Best Custom Option

      Chambers Custom PHAT WMG R Model

      Reliable, accurate, soft-shooting, and completely hand-built and fitted.

    4. Best for Concealed Carry

      Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack

      Beveled edges all around and the lack of a chunky flared magwell make for a concealable pistol.

    5. Editor's Pick

      Dan Wesson DWX

      Flat, fast, accurate, reliable, with affordable magazines and amazing ergonomics.

    Table of Contents


    Why a Double Stack 1911

    The biggest reason to get a double-stack 1911 is because more bullets are better than fewer bullets, right?

    Call it my machine gunner mentality, but I like having lots of rounds when the option is available to me. 

    Popular 9mm Ammo
    Popular 9mm Ammo

    Double stack 1911s can hold anywhere from 13 to 21 rounds compared to your normal 1911s 7 to 10 rounds. That’s a Grand Canyon-sized difference in capacity. 

    1911 Magazines Group Shot 2
    So many mag changes, so few bullets!

    Now, you can say, well, other guns do that! Glocks, FNs, Walthers, you know all those big brand companies that produce striker-fired, polymer-frame pistols. 

    That’s true, but outside of CZ, who does it with a metal frame?

    Metal frames mean more weight. More weight means less recoil.

    The Glock 17 is the original double-stack 9mm from the Austrian manufacturer.
    Plastic is great and all but it’s certainly not as solid feeling as a good ole metal gun.

    1911s are well known for their outstanding ergonomics. Everything is placed in the right position for easy access. 

    Let’s not forget that sweet single-action trigger system. The single-action 1911 trigger is hard to beat, and the short pull and short reset make it oh-so-nice. 

    The wide grip may turn some off, especially if you are used to a classic 1911 grip or have small hands. To me, it’s just more 1911 to love.  

    So now that I have you convinced you need one of these in your life let’s talk about some of my favorite models.

    Best Double Stack 1911s

    1. Staccato P

    STI was the company that really made double stacks a “thing.” Since then, they have rebranded to Staccato, but the company is still building fantastic guns.

    The Staccato P makes the list as one of the most approved for duty-use double stacks 1911s out there. 

    Meet the Staccato P

    The Staccato P series was adopted by the US Marshal’s Special Operation Group. The gun is approved for use by Las Vegas Metro, the Texas Rangers, and over 280 police agencies across the country. 

    Adorned with a 4.4-inch barrel and full-sized frame, the Staccato P is exceptionally handy. The all-metal frame eats up 9mm recoil like it’s nothing.

    Capacity wise, the gun includes two 17-round magazines and one 20-round magazine

    Staccato Wheel
    Just a few of Staccato’s offerings!

    Shooting a Staccato P is like shooting a dream.

    It’s soft, easy to control, and the trigger is absolutely incredible.

    It’s very easy to see why John Wick chose a Staccato for the third Wick flick. The Staccato P packs all the features of a 1911 you know and love with the capacity of a Glock 17. 

    John Wick's Staccato (STI) Combat Master 2011
    John Wick’s Staccato (STI) Combat Master 2011

    The Staccato P comes in both optics-ready models as well as standard iron sight options.

    Staccato’s optics-ready models utilize a plate system to work with several popular mini red dot options, including Trijicon, Holosun, and Leupold.

    Don’t forget the Picatinny rail for adding all the lights and lasers you love. 

    A mix of classic 1911 design and ultra-modern features makes the Staccato P the gun to beat for duty and tactical roles. 

    Best All-Around
    at Rainier Arms

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    Looking for the extreme competition Staccato guns? Look no further than the XC and XL versions.

    Staccato XC XL
    Staccato XC & XL

    You won’t believe how little the slide moves up and down even in rapid fire and with factory ammo. Check out some slow-motion here.

    We have a full-on review and video of them in action.

    Oh…but it’s going to cost you!

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    Looking for their tinier versions made for carry…check out our full review of the C and C2 versions.

    Staccato C and C2
    Staccato C and C2

    2. Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded 10mm

    The MSRPs of the guns on this list are rather high — incredibly high, in fact.

    They are priced high enough to drive many away from the concept.

    Yet, Rock Island Armory is coming to save the day with its affordable line of double-stack 1911s in varying calibers. 

     Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded
    Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded

    The absolute sweetest variant is the TAC Ultra Threaded 10mm.

    This slick-looking blaster features a full-length rail, a 5.5-inch fluted and threaded barrel, G-10 grips, and an aggressive style that is all its own. Plus, it comes in everyone’s favorite round, the 10mm

    The 10mm is a potent cartridge with a lot of power behind it.

    In the TAC Ultra Threaded double stack 1911, you get 16 rounds of 10mm per magazine.

    Popping a can on is ultra simple with the threaded barrel, and 10mm subsonic rounds exist. 

    Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded
    Look at that sexy thing!

    Alternatively, a compensator allows for more control over the mighty 10mm. Lots of powerful 10mm loads exist, and taming them is often challenging. A comp can help! 

    The TAC Ultra threaded is built on a series 70 design for a crisp trigger pull and satisfying reset.

    Additionally, the TAC Ultra threaded packs a low-profile adjustable rear sight and a high-visibility front sight.

    The TAC Ultra threaded 10mm is a hefty 2.7-pounds unloaded. As you’d expect, that weight helps keep the gun controllable. 

    Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra Threaded
    Not only is it thicc — it’s affordable!

    The Rock Island Armory series presents an affordable option for those looking to dive feet first into double-stack 1911s. 

    If you want a modern but within-reach design, the TAC Ultra Threaded 10mm is a great route to take. 

    Best 10mm
    at GrabAGun

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    3. Nighthawk TRS Comp 

    The Nighthawk TRS Comp was the first Nighthawk to work around a double-stack frame.

    Nighthawk tended to stick to traditional 1911s, but the TRS Comp was a welcome departure.

    TRS stands for Tactical Ready Series, and predictably, Comp stands for compensator. 

    Nighthawk TRS Comp
    Nighthawk TRS Comp

    The compensator is something special. It’s based on the Firehawk comp and integral to the frame and barrel.

    Comps typically add some length to your gun, but this design keeps the length of a government slide with an integrated compensator. The compensator does not reciprocate with the slide. 

    Since the front sight is attached to the compensator, it doesn’t move. Tracking the front sight of your gun has never been easier with this setup.

    Nighthawk TRS Commander (left) and TRS Comp (right)
    Nighthawk TRS Commander (left) and TRS Comp (right)

    An 18K gold bead makes up the front sights, and it’s highly visible in nearly all lighting conditions. 

    Plus, gold on a gun is always baller. 

    I love gold

    As a fan of the Firehawk, I’m an instant fan of the TRS Comp. The compensator design is truly brilliant and delivers an excellent degree of control.

    Shooting it feels almost unnaturally easy, and the advantage is evident. 

    A 9mm 1911 is already easy to control. Make it a wider, heavier-bodied design and add a comp, and you get a real kitten at the range.

    The TRS Comp packs 17 rounds of 9mm, Heinie rear sights, a slab side design, and a unique dimpled grip system. 

    Nighthawk’s slick TRS Comp is perfect for a wide variety of roles. Home defense, competition, or just showing off at the range. 

    at Rainier Arms

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    4. Chambers Custom PHAT WMG R Model

    Chambers Custom is likely the smallest shop on this list, but that’s far from a bad thing.

    Small shops are often innovative shops, and the crew at Chambers Custom proves that with each design.

    PHAT WMG is a mouthful and sounds like early 90s slang, but it’s an acronym. 

    phat lil kim
    No, no. Not like that.

    PHAT WMG stands for Pretty Hot and Tempting Working Man’s Gun.

    Joe Chambers builds these guns on his 2019 wide-body frame. This frame design is one of the innovative features Chambers has developed. 

    Chambers Custom PHAT WMG R Model
    Chambers Custom PHAT WMG R Model

    Chambers makes geometry changes to the classic 1911 double-stack magazine frame.

    I’m not gonna have you doing the math, but these geometry changes make for a longer-lasting gun that’s soft shooting and more reliable overall.

    The PHAT WMG comes in either 9mm or .38 Super. 

    Its R Model is optics-ready and features the sexy slab side design that I personally adore.

    Chambers Custom PHAT WMG R Model
    And the other side!

    A rail allows for mounting lights, and a unique iron sight system co-witnesses with your optic of choice. Chambers Customs hand bevels the frame slide, and it presents a unique look you won’t see anywhere else. 

    The PHAT WMG is a true custom gun outfitted with Chamber Custom parts almost exclusively. You get all the custom features you could desire.

    Chambers Custom produces some outstanding 1911s, and the 2019 wide-body frame is tough to beat.

    The end result is a superbly accurate, reliable, and easy shooting system for the most discerning of shooters. 

    Best Custom Option
    at Chambers Custom Pistol

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    5. Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack

    All the guns on this list have been full-sized models. So, let’s toss in a compact variant.

    A Government sized 1911 is a hefty piece for concealed carry, but the Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack gives you a shorter and easier-to-carry option. 

    Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack
    Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack

    The eXperior compact comes in both 9mm and .45 ACP options. I’m personally gonna roll with 9mm if I had to choose.

    The compact version features a 4-inch barrel and an unloaded weight of 30.5 ounces. The eXperior system uses the EDC 9 magazine that Wilson developed for their modern carry pistol. 

    You get 15 rounds of 9mm, and 18-round magazines are also available.

    The eXperior compact is outfitted with a WC concealment hammer, carry cuts, and an accuracy guarantee of 1.5 inches at 25 yards. That’s quite the claim for such a little gun. 

    Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack
    A little bit of a different finish for that old-school feel.

    Wilson Combat developed the TRAK texture and its lives on the eXperior compact as well. This sunburst-style grip gives you a nice tight grip that delivers a comfortable but aggressive grip texture. 

    What you can’t see are the WAVE frame rail clearance cuts.

    These Wilson Combat proprietary cuts are designed to add a boost to reliability. They hold lubrication and allow the weapon to function when it’s full of dirt, sand, and carbon. 

    Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack Grip
    Wilson Combat eXperior Compact Double Stack Grip

    As far as carry guns go, this might be one of the more effective and efficient options for shooters in the double-stack 1911 realm.

    Wilson Combat has proven to be winners in the 1911 realm, and the eXperior compact gives you double-stack capacity in a compact platform. 

    Best for Concealed Carry
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    6. Dan Wesson DWX 

    Wildcards are most often my favorite gun to include on these lists, and this wildcard is one of my favorites of all time. 

    The Dan Wesson DWX captured my heart and imagination from the moment I set eyes on it.

    Dan Wesson is now owned by CZ (CZ owns Colt now, too) and this alliance allows for some neat products. 

    Dan Wesson DWX
    Dan Wesson DWX

    The DWX is a combination of Dan Wesson’s innovative 1911 resigns outfitted to a CZ 75 frame.

    Both guns are flagship firearms that are legendary in their own right. CZ and Dan Wesson’s DWX is not technically a 1911, but it’s technically not not a 1911. 

    CZ 75s typically use 15-18 round magazines, and the DWX makes use of the 75’s double-stack frame.

    As good as 1911 ergonomics are, the CZ 75’s are better. The DWX fits your hand like a well-worn glove. 

    Firing the Dan Wesson DWX (Hunting Life)
    Firing the Dan Wesson DWX (Hunting Life)

    On the inside, the gun uses a locked-breech barrel instead of the 1911 link system — this design simplifies disassembly for maintenance purposes. 

    The top of the gun is all 1911. A slab slide 1911 slide mates perfectly with the CZ 75 frame which features a full-length accessory rail.

    It is currently available as a full-sized version that utilizes standard P-09/P-10 magazines. A compact version of the gun is expected to release in the near future.

    In terms of action, it’s all 1911. 

    Dan Wesson DWX
    Ain’t she pretty?

    1911s are known for their single-action-only design with crisp triggers and short resets, and that’s at play here as well. A light 3-pound break is followed up by a shockingly short and forced reset. This trigger is fast.

    Dan Wesson and CZ’s little baby is a helluva sweet shooter that makes use of the best parts of two legendary platforms. 

    (Plus, unlike other double-stack 1911s, the mags are affordable.) 

    at Palmetto State Armory

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    Final Thoughts

    Double-stack 1911s are interesting firearms and exist in a somewhat niche category.

    For the longest time, they were relegated to competition guns and rarely saw action beyond that realm. Since then, the industry has grown, and double-stack 1911s are seeing acceptance in all realms. 

    Colt M1911 from 1917
    We’ve come a long way from the M1911!

    Shooters who like the 1911 for its awesome trigger and ergonomics will enjoy the slightly wider double stacks and the extra capacity — bringing the platform into a more modern world. Although some may think changing John Browning’s design is sacrilege… 

    What say you? Are you a fan of double-stack 1911s? Let us know below. If these are too rich for your blood, check out the Best 1911 Pistols for the Money for some more affordable options!

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    31 Leave a Reply

    • Commenter Avatar
      mario villareal

      still the best, 1911, all steel

      September 26, 2023 5:59 am
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      James Givens

      Thank you for this great information.

      September 6, 2023 2:27 pm
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      Gold on a gun is baller?
      What are you, Lil Wayne?
      I stopped reading after that.

      August 29, 2023 12:12 pm
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      Youa Joke

      What a load of crap. The average Joe can't afford these.

      July 27, 2023 5:12 pm
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      The nerve to call a $6300 pistol the "Working Man's Gun" is unreal

      July 11, 2023 4:39 pm
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      Chris Ferguson

      Your P365 doesn't shoot a large enough caliber. If you need more than 8 rounds, you need to suck less or bring more friends.

      July 1, 2023 11:36 am
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      RO GAL

      If gun a manufacturer XxxxX (pick one) produces an affordable and reliable performing double stack 1911, for under $900, the world will beat a path to its door!

      May 27, 2023 12:54 am
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      Gary Z

      Recently purchased a double stack that deserves to be high in the list. Bul Armory makes several excellent shooting double stack 9mm 1911’s at very reasonable prices when compared to the Staccato’s. I purchased a SAS II Air and having shot a couple Staccato’s I don’t think you can tell the difference, at about roughly half the price.

      May 25, 2023 8:09 pm
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      Knight Templar

      Frankly, don't give a rat's ass about 9mm; not that it's a bad round, but everybody has gone over the wire like lemmings for the round. 45acp was the order of the day when I served during President Reagan's term, and it was used- in a defensive, not OFFENSIVE- role; the fact being nines have very good velocity, but a good and comparable 45 acp round WILL drop you. I also was a sheriff's deputy a few years after my 214 was received. I sent a few downrange.

      May 25, 2023 7:39 pm
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      My, Lord, Son, how about some guns the average Joe can afford? Outside of the RIA 10 mm in your list folks would need a producing oil well.

      May 24, 2023 8:22 pm
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        Ahh my thoughts exactly Sir, these firearm prices are a joke and utterly ridiculous.

        May 26, 2023 11:44 am
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      Larry Z

      Wayyy back in the day, as a Canadian professional pistol smith, I built some of the first Para Ordnance double stack alloy framed pistols on the West coast of Canada. These originally came as conversion kits, with ONLY frame and magazines. Some assembly required.

      As a pistolsmith and an IPSC competitor, I loved them.

      I built a compensated match pistol for IPSC competitions, and immediately found the flaw in the alloy framed version. When used with a compensator, the added downward stress on the slide caused the widened trigger bow in the alloy frames to crack at the rear.


      Para sent me a replacement steel frame which I built into my IPSC match pistol, and it worked flawlessly for two seasons of .45 MAJOR competition. 14 plus one rounds of .45 gave me a distinct advantage on high round count stages, minimizing reloads and boosting my scores significantly.

      After enjoying the Para Ordnance double stack .45 ACP advantage I was then attracted to the plastic framed BUL double stack design. The BUL plastic frame felt better in my hands, and the build quality of the complete pistol was exquisite.
      This was my last of many, many 1911 type pistols, and one of the few I regret selling.

      These days there seems to be an abundance of 1911 double stack type pistols, but only a few in .45 ACP. While I have owned and built 1911 pistols in various calibers, from .22lr all the way up to .45 SUPER, to me .45 caliber and 1911 just go best together. I realize this may be an unpopular opinion in this modern world, where 9 mm seems to dominate. But NOSTALGIA is still a viable marketing strategy. And just holding any old 1911 .45 pistol still gives me a warm fuzzy feeling.

      These days I own only GLOCKS, which in many ways are more practical than the 1911 designs. But holding a Glock does not make me as happy as holding a good ol Govt 1911 type.


      April 28, 2023 12:26 pm
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      Saul Mosqueda

      Anything on the springfield 1911ds?

      January 31, 2023 10:44 pm
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      Hernan Freire

      IMBEL 9 GC MD1

      Calibre: 9x19 mm

      Acabamento: Pintado, cor preta

      Comprimento: 219 mm

      Peso sem carregador: 1.120 g

      Funcionamento: semiautomático em ação simples

      Armação em aço carbono

      Ferrolho em aço carbono

      Cano do tipo leve e rampado com raiamento por forjamento a frio

      Comprimento do cano: 128 mm (5”)

      Raiamento: 6 raias sentido horário (6 H) com passo de 254 mm (10”)

      Carregador do tipo cofre metálico bifilar

      Capacidade do carregador: 17 cartuchos

      Quantidade de carregadores por arma: 3

      Opções: com ou sem sistema armador e desarmador do cão (ADC)

      October 15, 2022 5:28 am
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      August 2, 2022 6:29 am
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        William Fahey

        I have a 14-45 Limited in Stainless. I am having some serious feed issues with it, and was wondering if you have ever run into the issue yourself?

        August 9, 2022 10:19 am
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      This is 1 you should have mentioned ARMSCOR Rock Island Baby Rock 51577 BBR 3.10 45 ACP 3.10" 10+1, great 1911 dead accurate that I can carry anywhere with 11 rounds and less than 2 pounds. Not all have to be competition shooters to be worthy, when it's the Carry that's going to save your life.

      June 23, 2022 3:04 pm
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      I have the RIA in 9mm, it's a great gun, but the biggest problem is that it only comes with one mag and getting more is damn near impossible. Nobody ever has them in stock, even getting after market ones that fit are a pain in the ass. they take mec-gar p18s but you have to swap out the base plate with either the proprietary Advanced Tactical that comes on the factory mag or Springer Precision base plates.

      December 28, 2021 7:13 am
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        Hey bud check out gunmagwarehouse dot c o m they may have what you're looking for and usually have a cheaper price on some mags, I got a few 10 rounders for my 45 single stack when nobody has then locally. Hope that helps bro

        January 23, 2022 9:53 am
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      Patrick Kelly

      Whatever happened to the Para 1445 light double action I had one but tough times came along and I had to sellit but it made me look good at the range.

      November 10, 2021 11:56 am
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        Clint F.

        Ahhh yes, loved my Para as well. They were bought out by Remington years ago, who continued a few of the designs until they basically went bankrupt and reverted to the single stacks only, which I think was a huge mistake. They said they were going to start making the high caps again, but I have yet to see one surface.

        December 5, 2021 9:03 pm
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        Para ceased operation brother, it sucks ass because I had a Canadian made expert 1911 that I dropped 600 bucks into extra goodies into it like an Ambi safety because I'm a lefty, I had some truglo nite sights, and a custom set of laser etched witched grips dot com for it. I too had to sell mine when I broke my shoulder and was out of work for 6 months...I got a Ruger P85 and 600 cash. I paid 500 for it brand new... I still regret selling that gun to this day. They moved from Canada to the US and then we're bought up by Ruger or Remington I think and they ceased operation soon after... If you find one they'll be high but worth it.

        January 23, 2022 9:59 am
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      Left out the Kimber polymer, early ones and Israeli BUL frames and Kimber reliability, pre series II with no firing pin safety blocks.

      October 26, 2021 10:57 pm
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      Matthew D. Cole

      Also consider SPS, SV, and Para ordnance.

      August 23, 2021 9:47 pm
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      I own Staccato P, C2 duo, & XC. Also have the WC Xperior and EDC X9 double stack. All fantastic double stack 1911’s. My favorite though is Atlas Gun Works NYX v2. My dream EDC carry weapon. Its flatter shooting than the staccato XC Any freaking day of the week. Staccato XC is second best in personal opinion. The Atlas NYX V2 just checks all the boxes for me.

      August 23, 2021 1:12 am
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      CPO Walter R. Epperson

      I'd like a double stack 1911 but not at these prices. I'll do the mag changes.

      April 22, 2021 5:45 pm
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      John Smith

      There are always "legacy" guns (nice way to say used) from Para-Ordnance available if one knows where to look. I still have a P10 sub-combat in my safe; It's the size of a sub Glock but weighs enough to shoot better. Full sized Paras were stuffed with 15 rounds of 45ACP.

      April 22, 2021 5:28 am
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      Fred Stephens

      I'm pretty sure that the Dan Wesson DWX has not gone into production yet.

      April 21, 2021 10:33 am
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      Jeff Thomas

      Nice article, but you missed discussing what's possibly the most accurate 2011 out there: The Atlas Gunworks Athena.

      April 21, 2021 8:21 am
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      just read reviews of 50 caliber.. would buy me rifle before i dropped the amount on some of these pistols..

      April 21, 2021 4:49 am
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      Davin Valkri

      I must admit, "Working Man's Gun" would not be my first description for a gun that costs over six thousand US dollars.

      April 20, 2021 5:54 pm
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