Colt Delta Elite, but you can modify any 1911 frame with an ambi-safety.Is there anyone who makes a 10mm 1911 with an ambi thumb safety? Im a lefty and I prefer to carry in condition 1 so either a right side safety or ambi is a must. This will also be my first 1911 if I do buy one.
it's a modification that could be done yourself if you have some mechanical apptitude and some basic tools. the parts are not that expensive and range from about $20-40 and there are many differents brands. check out Brownell's or MidwayUSA for the parts. even if you were not able to do it yourself, a gunsmith should be able to do it in about 15-20 minutes. i changed mine on one of my 1911's from an ambi to a single sided saftey and it only took me about 20 minutes and i am not a gunsmith, just a hobbiest.Any Idea on the price to have the ambi-safety added?
+1 dan, QFT.Just pay attention to detail.
The thumb safety blocks the sear from moving. Remove too much metal, you have to start over.
If you do not have the faith to do it yourself, I suggest getting a gunsmith to do it.
Safeties can be done, but make sure it passes the bench tests.