Vudoo Gun Works Target .22LR 1911 — SHOT Show 2023

Vudoo Gun Works Target .22LR 1911 -- SHOT Show 2023
Vudoo Gun Works Target .22lr 1911

Vudoo Gun Works brought out their all-new Target .22LR 1911 at SHOT Show 2023.

This pistol was built as a collaboration with FCW and the slide assembly will work on any 1911 frame.

Eventually, the folks over at Vudoo Gun Works said they may just sell the conversion kit, but as of right now, this sweet .22 will be sold as a complete pistol ready to rock and roll straight from the factory mounted on their new Mobius frame.

This 1911 has its own proprietary adjustable sights and slide-mounted optic-ready pic rail. It will ship with two magazines.  


  • FCW Adjustable Sights
  • Vudoo G10 Dirty Olive Grips
  • Stainless Frame, Anodized Aluminum Slide
  • Two Glass Filled Nylon (GFN) Magazines
Vudoo Gun Works Target .22LR 1911 -- SHOT Show 2023

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Vudoo Gun Works takes pride in its work, and this was evident at the booth. They loved to walk through the manufacturing process, showing the steps they use to craft their firearms with such high levels of precision.

The slide assembly will come mounted to the new Mobius frame which has been completely re-engineered from the ground up to provide internal machining capabilities that are held to a very tight tolerance.  

This pistol is guaranteed to get sub-1-inch groups at 50 yards when paired with match-grade ammunition.

For a 1911 pistol in .22LR, this seems to good to be true. It should outperform almost any shooter. The Vudoo Gun Works Target .22LR 1911 is available and shipping now with an MSRP of $2,295, and an anticipated MSRP of $650 for the slide conversion kit whenever it ends up being sold on its own.

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  • Jake January 18, 2023, 11:53 am

    I wonder how much if any this has been influenced by Fred Kart’s KART Conversion? I see some similarities. One also must ask if the magazine will work with an old KART? That would be noteworthy in and of itself. Down the road you folks should get hold of an old KART and see how this new pistol stacks up against the amazingly accurate KART.

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