WESTFIELD, Massachusetts – December 21, 2022 – Savage Arms is proud to announce the latest addition to its handgun line-up, the Savage 1911 Government Style Models. Built for tough use and unmatched accuracy, Savage’s 1911s bring modern technology to a time-tested platform and deliver reliability, accuracy and performance that will stand out amongst competitive offerings.
“Savage ended 2021 with the introduction of Stance, a micro-compact 9mm handgun,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms. “A year later in 2022, we’re ending strong yet again in the handgun arena with the launch of the Savage 1911 Government Style Models. We’re extremely excited to introduce this iconic firearm bearing the Savage name.”
This revolutionary firearm is built to the demanding standards of accuracy and reliability that have come to define Savage Arms across platforms and categories. With features offering optimal performance for all shooting enthusiasts, this classic gun gets the ultimate Savage treatment.
“I’ve worked in the firearms Industry for over 30 years and started my career as a professional shooter,” said Rob Gates, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Savage Arms. “This Savage 1911 is as real as they come and shoots better than any production 1911 I’ve handled during my 30 plus years in this industry.”
With a look that pays homage to the classic design, the Savage 1911 has a dual recoil spring and machined sear and disconnector, a nitride coated titanium firing pin and weighs in at just over 2 LBS with a 5” barrel length. Finishes range from black melonite to stainless steel and the Savage 1911 is sure to be 2023’s leading single-action pistol.
New Model features include:
- 5” Stainless Steel Barrel Machined from Billet with 11º Target Crown
- Ambidextrous Slide lock Safety
- Dual Recoil Spring with Fully Machined Sear and Hammer
- Ejection Port Lowered, Flared and Cut for Live Round Ejection
- Forged Stainless Steel Frame and Slide
- Nirtide Coated Titanium Firing Pin
- Novak® Lo-Mount Adjustable Tritium Bar Rear Sight and Tritium Mega Dot Glow Dome™ Yellow Front Sight (Rail & Two-Tone Versions)
- VZ G10 Grips
Part No. / Description / MSRP
- 67200 / Gov’t Style, Black Melonite 45 AUTO / $1,350
- 67204 / Gov’t Style, Black Melonite 9MM / $1,350
- 67202 / Gov’t Style, Stainless 45 AUTO / $1,350
- 67205 / Gov’t Style, Stainless 9MM / $1,350
- 67201 / Gov’t Style 2-Tone 45 AUTO / $1,425
- 67206 / Gov’t Style 2-Tone 9MM / $1,425
- 67207 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, 2-Tone 45 AUTO / $1,500
- 67208 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, 2-Tone 9MM / $1,500
- 67203 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, Stainless 45 AUTO / $1,500
- 67209 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, Stainless 9MM / $1,500
- 67210 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, Black Melonite 45 AUTO / $1,500
- 67211 / Gov’t Style Rail Gun, Black Melonite 9MM / $1,500
To learn more about the Savage 1911 Government Model, visit savagearms.com and visit your local Savage retailer or dealer.
Headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts, Savage has been producing firearms for more than 125 years. Savage is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hunting, competition and targeting shooting centerfire and rimfire rifles, and shotguns. Their firearms are best known for accuracy, performance and innovation. The entrepreneurial spirit that originally defined the company is still evident in its ongoing focus on continuous innovation, craftsmanship, quality and service. Learn more at www.savagearms.com.
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Savage missed the mark!
Savage has always represented great value and affordability for us common folk. I have nice Winchesters, Remingtons, Brownings, Colts, S&W’s, Rugers etc. but Savage was my first gun as a young man, so I always root for the underdog. I realize inflation has changed prices, but they should offer something more affordable. If they did this and the gun was up to snuff then they might make a headway into the overly saturated market.
I found quite a FEW 1911’s for 600 to 850 that’ll shoot the lights out … from a Local Firearms Dealer… they’re in the safe now !
Real good looking too …
And YES .. I’m a SUCKER for those SHINY SS 45’s … just sit one aside for me… what can I say ???
For that money article needs to state where and how parts are made, DW for that money is barstock and Great warranty. You can’t just come into the 1911 market at 1500 with nothing special like maybe half inch moa at 25 yards or lights cigs when empty.Why not buy an sds for 359 send it to your gunsmith for mim swap and trigger job and your still out under 1000.SHOW ME THE MONEY! Jmo
The savage is litterally in a small crowd of 1911’s with zero mim parts bro billet machined everything even the sear and the firing pin is titanium.
So how much MIM are we talking about? At least the frame and slide are billet forged. But for that kind of money, I’ll buy a Dan Wesson. I will say, however, that all-stainless model is sexy.
zero mim, machined billet everything, including the sear, titanium nitride coated firing pin and dual rate recoil spring so as much as i love the dw’s they are not built as well as this savage, atleast from a 100percent materials quality stand point.
You get what you pay for. If you want a $700 1911, RIA or EAA has your gun. However, if you want to compete with the big guys, you need a superior firearm. That’s going to cost more than a factory standard gun. Sorry if you can’t handle that fact
Kinda a saturated market place…. why…. do they really think they stand out over the fifty other companies ahead of them. I say bad idea, stick with rifles…
Not really a surprise.
How many companies make 1911s now?
I remember back in the 80s S&W used to dis on 1911s. Now they make em.
Before it’s over we’ll probably be seeing 1911s from Henry, Charter Arms, Marlin and KelTek.
I think I’ll wait until Weatherby gets on the money train.
Just think…..a belted .45 ACP cartridge. Wowsers!
WAIT … KelTec… Don’t BLASPHEME here !!!
Don’t know about the others but Marlin is now part of Ruger and they have 1911’s already.
I did not see any bragging about “made in USA.” Some of us commentators assumed made in USA. What is the country of origin? I missed that in the article. We have Colt. We used to have Remington, Para USA and Auto Ordnance. Ruger made 1911s for awhile. Do they now? Most Springfield Armory 1911s are assembled in the US but the parts come from Brazil. Where does the Savage come from? Just askin’.
100percent machined billet everything down to the sear right there in Massachusetts. It’s not Savages fault that Massachusetts isn’t america.
Come on, way too much $$$. Build a decent American made 1911 for $699!!!
For the cost comparison… I’d rather purchase another Colt.
Still a nice firearm though.
Good luck Savage Arms.
Allegedly like willie clin’tons trousers, prices often fall.
Ironic given Savage darn near beat the Colt 1911 in Military acceptance trials with their model 1907 I believe it was, in .45 ACP.
A lot of the testers thought the Savage superior to the now iconic 1911
Keep up the great work producing 1911 computation top of the line pistols
Great looking 1911s. Price is not so great.
I’d buy a Colt for that kind of money!
Colt can suck it dry too…all greedy pukes.
Would the Colt be appreciably better quality?
First off what colt? Colt isn’t colt and hasn’t been for some time and second Colt has never built a 1911 to the material quality of this Savage….ever!
Colt? What colt? Funny i own and haved owned many a 1911, and i was always a big colt fan, truth be told my colts have never been my best 1911’s never. Originality yes performance sorry charlie.