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Old 03-08-2012, 04:40 AM   #1
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Default Where are Auto Ordnance G.I. 1911s made?

I cant find it anywhere online, if these things are made in the U.S.A, that would be awesome. I was looking at a Springfield G.I. but a U.S military handgun made in Brazil just rubs me the wrong way.

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Default Auto is owned by Kahr Arms

Kahr's corporate headquarters are located in Blauvelt, New York. Production and assembly operations are located in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the region commonly known as "Gun Valley."

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Thank you very much. I couldn't find it anywhere.

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I cant find it anywhere online, if these things are made in the U.S.A, that would be awesome. I was looking at a Springfield G.I. but a U.S military handgun made in Brazil just rubs me the wrong way.
Then why not buy the real deal in a 1911 the Colt. It's made 100% in the United States of America.
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Then why not buy the real deal in a 1911 the Colt. It's made 100% in the United States of America.

I would give necessary parts of my anatomy for a Colt 1911A1, new or old, but I'm on a hi-point budget sometimes, every now and then I'm on like an Auto Ordnance budget.
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I would give necessary parts of my anatomy for a Colt 1911A1, new or old, but I'm on a hi-point budget sometimes, every now and then I'm on like an Auto Ordnance budget.
This link should be of some help to you. If it's factual I feel the AO 1911 should be a good choice.

http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=351510
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