Browning Black Label 1911-380: Range Report

Adam Scepaniak

Hello everyone! I'm the C.M.O. and Manager for The Guns and Gear Store of Rogers and Waite Park, MN. Also, I'm a Smith & Wesson Certified Armorer, Glock Certified Armorer, a guest writer for Sierra Bullets, an avid pistol shooter, reloader, and have an addiction to classic double-action Smith & Wesson and Colt revolvers. I love the challenge of hunting different game whether its elk, black bear, feral hogs, whitetail deer, or prairie dogs. What can I say? I love my firearms, the great outdoors, and I have a wonderful family to do all of this with!

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4 Responses

  1. meenu dubey says:

    FROM BOTTOM OF MY SOUL ,very fabulous,truely brilliant of u and u r whole team for u r grandeur sucess ,HATS OF ALL,God bless you and all

  2. alfred uhrich says:

    I guess I’m an old stuck in the mud, but I perfer a metal frame instead of a plastic that everybody seems to or is going to. Even an alum alloy frame would be better.

  3. mauser6863 says:

    Supposedly, the frame rails are 7075 Aluminum and have the “Composite” frame molded around them. I know people prefer metal, but if that means a $1,000 MSRP, would Browning still have many customers. As long as the main moving parts, are metal; slide, barrel, frame rails, I’m good.

    My only criticism, so far is purely cosmetic; like a 1970’s American car, there is just too much writing all over this gun. I don’t need it to saying. “Browning” 3 times on the gun or to have a bunch of trade marks or logos, etc. The gun either stands on it own, as a quality firearm or it fails. Logos and references to the original 1911 invoke emotion and frankly “bugger-up” the gun and make it look cheap.

    Hopefully, Browning will offer a “Detonics” size version for those needing deep cover CCW options.

  4. Chris colon says:

    From what I have seen here! This will definitely be an amazing self defense and range gun, because it has the Right barrel length for good concealment and target practice. Well Done by Browning!!! I would add to its name, as the PP Black label the Perfect Pistol

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