Here we go with Shot Show 2013 entries. The first across my desk was the Mac 1911 Bobcut and Bullseye Models distributed exclusively by Eagle Imports—well respected internationally in the 1911 community—which I am a member in good standing.
The MAC 1911 line-up was developed by Hector Rodriguez, a former competitive shooter. MAC 1911 pistols are known world-wide for its precise fit and function delivering performance and repeatable accuracy right out of the box. Metroarms Press Release 1/2/2013
For true lovers of this weapon it is in the .45 ACP, no JMB blasphemy here. The Bobcut comes in a mid-length Commander size with a 4.25-inch barrel. Furthermore, it has all the goodies that a 1911 should have:
- Enhanced beavertail grip safety
- Combat trigger
- Extended thumb safety
- Fully adjustable Novak-type rear sights
- Flared and lowered ejection port
However, if you love to run with the big dogs the MAC Bullseye is what you are looking for in this 1911 package. Everything the Bobcut sports… so does the Bullseye. The rear sights on the Bullseye are Bomar-type adjustable sights. Both models have fiber optic dovetail front sights. This big boy also has a match grade bull barrel and stippled front strap serrations.
Both offerings come in Deep Blue and Hard Chrome. I need to say that again, HARD CHROME, Too cool. If you are looking for that addition to your 1911 collection; looking for a competition grade 1911 out of the box or wanting your first 1911 style pistol, you need to take one of these for a walk.
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