Brief overview of the Colt .45 ACP Series 80, including closeup video segments, and target shooting. The era of the 1911 .45 ACP semiautomatic handgun on the TNOUTDOORS9 channel begins with this video. I have owned handguns since 1987 but until this point had never owned one in the 1911 platform. Handling the 1911 is an absolute pleasure; reliability and accuracy out of the box are spot-on. Recoil is quite controllable for fast, accurate follow-up shots.

I could not have gotten too far into 2011, the 100th anniversary of the 1911 platform, without acquiring a 1911 handgun. The Colt was my first choice, with the Model 80 or 70 Series at the top of the list, Colt Commander being next. After Colt, Springfield would have likely been my next option. This gun was acquired new from a dealer for $799. At the date of this video production, Colt 1911’s, in particular the Series 80, are difficult if not impossible to locate in my area. Mine was purchased from an East TN dealer exhibiting at a Nashville-area gun show.

Shooting segments are with 230 gr FMJ at steel targets from 40 feet up to 55-60 yards.

This firearm will be used for a variety of purposes on the channel, including ammo tests. I have absolutely no plans to make any modifications to this handgun; the setup will remain as you see it in this video.

All shooting was performed safely on private property, in my backyard.

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47 thoughts on “Colt 1911 .45 ACP (1991 Series 80)

  1. Where can I find an exactly identical Colt 1911 .45 ACP (1991 Series 80) pistol like this? Do you know any store that has this pistol that matters to Brazil?

  2. I moved from Stratford, CT and I brought Colt Government Series 70 and 80 and I love it. My first Colt was M-1911 – US military made in 1917 in cal .45 ACP. in excellent shape for $325.00 in 1986 and I love it since it can put a punch 0on human body when it hit and stopped them from killing you. My father brought a brand new one in 1951 in box with 2 extra magazine with instruction for $15.00. My former state has a lots of factory that made firearms and when I was unemployed in the early 1980 the state Unemployment office send all of unemployed engineers or factory workers to Colt FA. MFG, in Hartford for good pay job and I was one of them. Colt used has employee purchased program as well as Colt Custom Shops that can work on your guns such as trigger job while you wait in the car.I owned a lots of Colts both Automatic such as a real M-1911 – US ARMY ang Government Model both big letter and white out lines. The new gun laws in CT and East Coast States make colt to be out of business suas as Permit Fee went from $240.00 per 5 years to $600.00 as well as banned on assult rifle under state crime bills.

  3. I have a remington 1911 very nice and good gun olso.the slide is geting a little scratched dawn like a straight line ca a make grease or is there good oil to prevent it from getting whider?

  4. Wish i can find a colt 1911 for around 600 to 800 this one would be the one i wouldnt mind having! I dont like any other 1911 brand no offense though but i think of 1911s as a colt!

  5. Great video, excellent camera work…I like the way you have shown the view as we look through the sights…Great for a newcomer like me..I still haven’t fired my Para Ordinance 7.45 yet

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  7. Hi, I'm Syahirah from Peddling Pictures, a content production company in Singapore. We would like to seek your permission to use this video for a documentary we are producing. Can you let me know your email address or other means to DM more details of our request please? Thank you.

  8. Hi, I write from Peddling Pictures, a content production company in Singapore.We'd like to seek permission to use segments of your video for a documentary. Could you let me know your email address/how I can PM you to provide more details on our request please? Thank you.

  9. I just picked up a series 80. Made in the early eighties 1981 he said. Is it any more reliable or worst because it’s older? Is it potentially worth more in the long run ?

  10. I proudly open carry my colt 1911 here in NC. Law enforcement are always telling me they wish they could carry one on duty. Each one tells me the same thing. They would rather have the knock down power over capacity because of the drug addicts on the street. Same thing over and over?

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