Tisas Nickel-Plated Stakeout 1911 Pistol — 2024

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At NRAAM 2024, we saw the new Tisas Stakeout pistol. This 1911 model comes with two barrels in the box, offering options for 9mm or .38 Super.

The pistol is fully nickel-plated, giving it a matte, non-shiny finish that exudes a retro GI look. The black rubber grips complement the nickel plating, adding to its classic appeal.

Shooters who enjoy 9mm 1911s or .38 Supers will appreciate this model. It features slightly taller sights and a smooth action.

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Two hands holding a Tisas 1911 pistol.
The MSRP is $599.

“The trigger performance is surprisingly good for a production gun,” as True pointed out.

The Tisas Stakeout pistol is not overly flashy but retains a classy, basic look. It has nice serrations on the rear of the slide, enhancing its practical design.

The best part? The MSRP is $599.

You can check out Tisas website or SDS Imports for more details. Leave a comment and tell us what you think!

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  • Peter May 20, 2024, 10:13 pm

    I bought a Tisas 1911 in .45ACP for $300 in November of last year that’s as good as 1911’s costing twice as much. I used to shy away from Turkish guns but went with Tisas and Girsan that are two Turkish gun manufacturers whose production meets ISO 9000/9001 quality control standards. That’s a big deal for me because I used to work as a QC Manager. I like the idea of having two barrels for one gun but I’d really prefer if one of them was 10MM and not .38 Super.

  • Jackie May 20, 2024, 9:29 am

    I want one of stake out with the 39 super and 9mm barrels. I have liked and carried a compact 38 super for years. I have been keeping a lookout for this pistol for awhile.

  • Kane May 18, 2024, 5:04 pm

    I would buy that as a low budget gun but in that same catagory I really lean toward the Rock Island Armory 1911 series made on US machinery.

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