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TALO and EAA Collaborate on the Girsan Negotiator Match 1911

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Known for high-quality collaborations, TALO Distributors and European American Armory (EAA) team up for the Girsan Negotiator Match 1911. Built with a full steel frame and slide, the Negotiator comes ready to compete right out of the box. However, featuring a beautiful two-tone gold and grey aesthetic, it is also ready to show off to all of your friends.

The Girsan Negotiator Match 1911

Featuring a forged carbon steel frame, the Negotiator is a true 1911 through and through—built for hard use. The full-size 1911 provides a solid purchase via laminated and checkered G-10 grip panels. Likewise, checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing also helps to enhance the grip during courses of fire.

An extended beavertail, with a grip safety, ensures the same grip every time, mitigating the possibility of slide bite. The grip safety couples with an ambidextrous thumb safety for increased safe carry and handling when not ready to shoot. Additionally, the dust cover offers a three-slot Picatinny rail for the attachment of lights, lasers, or other accessories.

Riding atop the frame is the carbon steel slide with forward and rear cocking serrations. Inside the forward serrations are three lightning holes that help reduce the weight and add a nice aesthetic. A fully adjustable rear sight couples with a fiber optic front sight to achieve fast sight alignment. The frame and slide feature a grey titanium nitrate finish to add to the durability of the 1911.

Providing a striking two-tone look, all of the controls, pins, barrel, and hammer all feature a gold titanium nitrate finish. The 5-inch gold-finished custom carbon steel barrel is chambered in .45 Auto. Correspondingly, rounds are sent downrange via a hand-tuned action with a skeletonized trigger and long-hole hammer. In addition, the Negotiator offers 8+1 capacity in the single stack magazine.

Availability

The Girsan Negotiator Match 1911 is available now with an MSRP of $1,029.99. For more info, please visit TALOInc.com.

Girsan Negotiator Match 1911 Specs

(Photo by TALO Inc.)

Caliber: 45 Auto
Capacity: 8+1
Barrel Length: 5 inches
Overall Length: 8.75 inches
Slide & Frame Finish: Titanium Nitrate
Accents Finish: Gold Titanium Nitrate
Slide: Lightning Cuts
Frame Material: Forged Carbon Steel
Slide Material: Carbon Steel
Trigger: Skeletonized
Barrel: Custom Carbon Steel
Action: Hand Tuned
Sights: Rear adjustable, Front fiber
MSRP: $1,029.99

Features

  • Extended Beavertail
  • Enlarged grip safety
  • Ambidextrous Safeties
  • Checkered Front Strap
  • Long hole hammer
  • Sights: Rear Adjustable, Front Fiber

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