Colt 1911-22 "Rail Gun" .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol w/Tac Rail, Skeletonized Trigger & Hammer, 10+1- Colt 5170308

Colt 1911-22 “Rail Gun” .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol w/Tac Rail, Skeletonized Trigger & Hammer, 10+1- Colt 5170308

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Colt 1911 “Rail Gun” .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol w/Tac Rail, Skeletonized Trigger & Hammer, 10 1

The Colt 1911 A1 Rail Gun is the modern combat version of the legendary Colt 1911 handgun. It includes low profile combat sights, beavertail safety, and an accessory rail under the barrel. The Colt Government 1911 A1 Rail Gun Semi-Automatic Pistol in .22 L.R. is manufactured exclusively by Walther under license from Colt. It is the only genuine Colt tactical rimfire replica available in the world.

Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length : 5″
Capacity : 10 1
Safety : Manual Thumb & Grip
Grips : Rubber
Sights : Fixed

FAMILY:1911 Style Pistol Series
MODEL:Colt Government 1911 A1
TYPE:Semi-Auto Pistol
ACTION:Single Action
STOCK/GRIPS:Black Rubber
SIGHTS:Combat-style Adjustable Sights
SAFETY:Extended Thumb Safety
ADDL INFO:Skeleton Trigger
ADDL INFO:Beavertail Grip Safety
ADDL INFO:Commander-style Hammer

1 review for Colt 1911-22 “Rail Gun” .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol w/Tac Rail, Skeletonized Trigger & Hammer, 10+1- Colt 5170308

  1. 5 out of 5


    This is one awesome gun, This gun is built to the exact specs of a 1911, but with a fixed lother walther match barrel. The action on this gun is very very sooth, and slide to frame fit is great, so much so that it feels way better then a kimber 22 conversion kit on a springfield match lower, The grips are nice black plastic not cheap feeling like the gsg or chiappa, The sights are nice bright 3 dot sights easy to get on target and with front and back dovetails to replace sights, a combat hammer and ext beavertail safety. Trigger breaks crisp and clean with very minimal travel at right around 4.9 lbs. I suspect just breaking the gun in with reduce trigger pull to 4.5 which is the perfect trigger for this gun. The frame rails are very nicely cut and super tight so all attachments will securely fit. The barrel is threaded for attaching a flash suppressor or silencer etc but it has a threaded cover cap and the threaded end of the barrel remains inside the slide, so a adapter will be needed to attach accessories but they run between 10-20 dollars depending on quality. The description says they come with a 10rnd magazine that is actually false unless you live in California or new york, everywhere else get 12rnd mag with the gun, and extra 10 rnd mags and 12 rnd mags can be bought for 20-40$. Both safety’s engage very positive and gives you an extra secure feeling carrying cocked and locked in the holster with both safeties working for you, I will admit the thumb safety is a little stiff but again the gun is new so i suspect breaking it in will help if not ill polish it, the grip safety is super light and smooth you don’t even notice it. The slide is so easy and smooth the pull back that even my wife with carpal tunnel and having surgery’s on both wrists several times can rack the slide easily, and she actually likes shooting it better then her custom 22A.
    I own lots of 22’s and shoot them almost exclusively for the last 20+ yrs, I have owned just about everything, I must say that this colt made by walther is one of the nicest shooting 22’s i have ever owned, accuracy is phenomenal so much so i want to get different target sights for it now because i think it is more accurate then my ruger mk II’s with 6″ bull barrels, i shot a sub MOA group open sights at 20 feet.

    I find the fit finish internal parts especially the barrel to be far better then the comparable GSG’s or Sig’s (same guns) or the Chiappa’s. All ammo i have tried functioned flawlessly in this gun right out of the box which is unheard of for semi auto 22 pistols. So far i haven’t found anything that it wont feed and shoot and eject. Even some 20 yr old Remington gold it ate it like candy, and wanted more.

    I will be posting some video reviews on the pistol at deadhorseman on youtube.

    I was not paid or endorsed in anyway for this review, just a happy gun owner who found a great gun at a great price and feels his experience should be shared.

    Will M.

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