Traditional Shapes Plus Different Surfaces Let Every Shooter Get Their Favorite Grip Feel
Classic and contemporary looking mainspring housings combine form and function, so there is no compromise in grip control even though they look great. Flat shaped housings are available with popular 25 lpi checkering preferred by many shooters, as well the latest Snakeskin, Chainlink, and Chainlink II patterns that provide a secure gripping surface without the “sharpness” of machine cut checkering. Because they won’t abrade your hand or clothing, they make the perfect addition to competition, carry, and tactical guns. Chainlink model also available with integral lanyard loop for attaching a weapon retention device. Traditional, Arched housing rides high in the heel of the hand to keep it close to the bore for minimal muzzle rise and excellent recoil control, and is available with a Grooved surface to provide a firm grip with little drag on clothing. Blank models are completely smooth to allow custom checkering or engraving, and are available in flat shapes.
1911, Issue:09, Page:006
1911, Issue:09, Page:021
Big Book Catalog, Issue:65, Page:085
Big Book Catalog, Issue:65, Page:087
Big Book Catalog, Issue:65, Page:103
Law Enforcement / Police Store, Issue:05, Page:024
New Product Supplement, Issue:621, Page:021
Sinclair, Issue:1A, Page:002
Sinclair, Issue:1A, Page:004
Sinclair, Issue:1A, Page:020
SPECS: Steel, blued or stainless steel (SS) natural finish. The Government Model housing features drop-in installation in all full-size 1911 pistols including full size Para-Ordnance pistols such as the P-14 and P-16. All housings will work great with any finish or type of steel, including aluminum.