New Sig 1911s
Sig Sauer has a few more 1911s to add to the ever increasing list of 1911s coming out for its centennial. Well, the 1911s coming out aren’t exactly “new,” but new versions of existing Sig 1911s.
They have the new TACPAC versions coming out which are railed and non-railed versions of the
TACOPS 1911 Sig Nitron 1911 with upgraded ERGO XT grips and they’re offered in a variety of different packages. Packages differ from an included laser or 3 magazine, and I believe both packages feature the a roto-paddle holster. The best part about these packages are that Sig Sauer has dropped the price down a good bit. At the time we did our review of the 1911 TACOPS, it cost around $1,100; not shooters will be able to pick up either Sig Sauer TACPAC for under $1,000.
The other new Sig Sauer 1911s are from their .22 variety. Sig will be offering the same 1911-22 that we posted on last week, but now will be offered in olive drab and desert tan. They also feature classic walnut 1911A1 U.S. grips on them. The 1911-22 are dimensionally exact replicas of their bigger caliber cousins, so they’ll make for a great training or plinking gun, allowing you to shoot a 1911 at a fraction of the cost, all while sporting some tacticool coatings.