Kimar M1911 .45 Government Nickel - Front Firing Blank Gun
M1911 .45 Government Nickel - Front Firing Blank Gun
The .45 Automatic was the historic sidearm of the American soldier for nearly 80 years. Our M1911 model features a durable steel alloy frame, hardwood grips, and realistic weight. It fires loud 9mmPA blanks as fast as you can pull the trigger. This blank gun is fed through an 8 round magazine up through the pistol grip. The loud report of the 9mmPA blank rounds is comparable to live rounds. This blank gun features a safety switch that disables the trigger and prevents the slide from being pulled to its rear position. The slide recoils to its rear position as spent cartridges are ejected from the chamber and resets to load the next round. It locks in its rear position upon firing the last round and can be reset with the slide release lever. Operates with all the realism of a live firearm and is weighed like the original. This blank gun is perfect for safe training, reenactments, films, and canine training. Used by many military and police organizations for training realistic training scenarios.
Capacity: 8 Rounds
Weight: 2.5 lb
Includes: 1 Magazine; 1 Hardshell Case
You must be 18 or over to order and 21 or over to sign for the package. This blank firing replica gun cannot be converted to fire live ammo. It complies with ATF regulations and has been approved by them for sale in the United States. No federal license required.
WARNING! "Let The Buyer Beware"
Because of the world wide shortage of ammunition, new suppliers have entered the marketplace offering sub-standard blank ammo. This ammo is to our guns what watered down gasoline is to a vehicle. The auto will run but will not perform optimally. Maxsell Corporation will no longer guarantee the operation of their blank firing firearms when ammunition other than that purchased.This blank gun has a blaze orange marking permanently affixed to the barrel in compliance with Department of Commerce regulations (15 CFR 1150.2). Any unauthorized attempt to alter the marking will render this blank gun non-compliant with federal law. This orange marking may only be removed with approval from the Department of Commerce's Chief Counsel of Technology. A request for this should be made, in writing, and must include a sworn affidavit which states that the blank gun will be used only in the theatrical, movie, or television industry (15 CFR 1150.4)
Henry N. Wixon
100 Bureau Drive, Stop 1052
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1052
Tel: (301) 975-2803
Fax: (301) 926-6241