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85% Sized 1911-380 Expands SKU Line-Up

I was and am still a fan of the Browning 1911-380, the “Right Size” handgun. In my review previously of their “Black Label” version, I found it to indeed by right-sized. The smaller sized, coupled with the.380 caliber made it a great option for 1911 fans the world over to actually concealed carry the […] Read More … The post 85% Sized 1911-380 Expands SKU Line-Up appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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