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Thread: Browning 1911-22 Discontinued

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    Browning 1911-22 Discontinued

    I don't know exactly when it happened and I haven't seen any formal announcement, but I just learned that Browning has discontinued much of their 1911-22 line of scaled-down 1911 firearms.

    https://www.browning.com/products/fi...continued.html

    There are a few models that remain available.

    Browning has also discontinued several models of the 1911-380. Like the 1911-22, there are still come models of the 1911-380 that remain in production.
    Hawkmoon
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    Now's the time to pick one up while they're still available. Just did a quick look on Grab a Gun and there are still Browning Black Label 22s but not all models shown in the link.
    I'm in the market for a dedicated .22LR pistol, maybe its time. I have .22LR slide conversions for my Kimber Raptor II 1911 and Sig P226 but I rarely use them.

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    I have a 1911-380 and am not impressed with the quality of the gun at its price.

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    I kind of agree. I don't have any serious complaints about the quality, but "at the end of the day" (as the saying goes) it's a polymer-framed, semi-automatic handgun in .380 ACP. It's grossly over-priced, IMHO.
    Hawkmoon
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